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  1. Structured products – better than their reputation suggests

    Making innovative investments – structured products open up new options

    Low interest rates and high equity valuations are causing investors to look for suitable alternatives. Structured products combine derivatives with traditional investment products, thus offering variable investment opportunities so you can leverage attractive potential yields in any market environment. This article reveals what you need to know about the topic.

  2. Investing sustainably: Sustainable funds are particularly stable

    Sustainable investments. With return opportunities.

    The coronavirus lockdown showed how quickly our planet recovers from environmental impacts. However, with the lifting of the measures, the pendulum is swinging back. Why sustainable investing is important especially now – and what attractive growth opportunities sustainable funds with an ESG focus offer.

  3. Invest successfully. With these basics.

    Investing money is neither an art form nor wizardry: It's a skill that can be learned. However, there are a few rules for making it profitable. Read our top tips for investing successfully.

  4. Seize market opportunities. Long-term benefit with fund investments.

    Seize market opportunities. Long-term benefit with fund investments.

    Market corrections create uncertainty, but they always present opportunities as well. In the current environment of low interest rates, holding onto cash is not an alternative to investing. Investments in Credit Suisse fund investments make it possible to both save and generate return. Read how funds can help you seize opportunities in the financial markets with little effort and optimize your asset management.

  5.  investing the most common myths when it comes to investing money

    Myths are persistent. Beware of these five mistakes when investing.

    Investing is fraught with myths. This has the effect of either putting people off investing money or emboldening some to put far too much faith in investing. We debunk five widespread myths and give you the facts.

  6. When to invest? – Waiting for the perfect day doesn't pay.

    When to invest? – Waiting for the perfect day doesn't pay.

    When is the right day to invest? Many investors search for the moment at which an investment will yield attractive returns. But the time to invest is unequivocally "now." Because waiting as an investment strategy does not pay off over the long term.

  7. Buying into dividends. For steady, regular income.

    Turbulent times in the markets are a challenge for investors. Risks must be assumed in order to obtain positive yields and dividends. Investors can benefit twofold by selecting products and fund solutions with a focus on payout in line with their own investment strategy.

  8. Private equity and distressed credit offer exceptional investment opportunities

    Exceptional circumstances often offer exceptional investment opportunities

    The spread of the coronavirus and measures to combat it continue to put pressure on the economy. Nevertheless, there are still interesting investment opportunities. Using private equity and distressed-credit strategies, investors can take advantage of opportunities even in the current environment.

  9. After the crash, investment opportunities await bold investors.

    Hidden investment opportunities in the crisis. Bold investors will be rewarded.

    The coronavirus has triggered a decline in global stock markets. However, even a crisis offers worthwhile investment opportunities. Every stock market crash is followed by a recovery that resourceful investors can benefit from.

  10. Share yields: Swiss equities offer long-term yields

    Global share yields are attractive. Especially in the long term.

    Investing on the stock exchange almost always pays off in the long term for investors. This is because global share yields are generally very attractive over a decade. Good prospects for investors.