Where are the cracks in the Asian banking system?

How to Rob a Bank Step 4: Identify the glitches

How to Rob a Bank Step 4: Identify the glitches

Welcome to our special series highlighting snapshots of our Bank-Robbing guidebook: the Asian Capital Development (ACD) Special Report.

For each day this week, we are taking a look at the different steps you need to take to rob the big Asian banks legally. Download the full report here.

Holding a fixed portfolio through a debt cycle’s ups and downs is definitely a zero-sum game.

This is why we implore you to always be on the move. Debt is a lit stick of dynamite – those holding it at the end don’t fair so well.

Successful robberies, as we know from timing the heist well, means you are in and out. Once out, you should already be moving onto the next target.

Being constantly on the move is what Asian bank managers least expect of their shareholders. And it’s easy thanks to the implicit nature of ACD policies.

Asian governments offer cheap credit at different times and therefore different economies, sectors and companies will have their own, separate debt cycles.

This means, to make money off your investment, you just need to know where the next boom will occur.

At One Road Research, we’ve created an incredible investment strategy that tracks down “hot spots” in debt cycles for major bank heist opportunities.

To maximize your profits with this model it’s crucial to only pick stocks with high efficiency on invested capital.

Don’t forget to drop stocks with fading debt utilization and reshuffle your portfolio every one to two years, max.

If you want to find out the details of this strategy, download our full Special Report here.