High Yield Investing Made Easy.
AmeriStar's structure offers total security for investors. Not only are funds fully insured by FDIC insurance at all times, the investment doesn't happen unless both dual investment income streams are confirmed.
What does this mean? Well, any firm can promise investors a dual investment income stream, then place the funds into a Certificate of Deposit. Ultimately, as an investor you could be stuck simply earning what the bank is willing to pay you in interest.
With AmeriStar, we don't purchase a Certificate of Deposit until after we have secured the secondary investment return. With our system, you cannot have one without the other. You will never be “stuck” in a low yield Certificate of Deposit, because every AmeriStar Certificate of Deposit is by definition, a High Yield Investment.
HOW IT WORKS
A lot of first time AmeriStar investors have a difficult time understanding the High Yield Certificate of Deposit Program.
But don't worry, it's actually much simpler than it seems.
The Regulation D 506(c) offering is based on a dual investor income stream. A combination of a Certificate of Deposit with CD rate that is a bit higher than standard due to AmeriStar's size, and a 506(b) Offering where Borrowers pay a fee to AmeriStar for a Courtesy Deposit. Combined, both provide for a High Yield Investment.
Let's say you have $100,000 to invest in the High Yield Certificate of Deposit Program.
Here's How it Looks
Certificate of Deposit
Your money is now in a CD at TD Bank of 13-Months, which is FDIC insured.
You select a CD from one of the banks that we work with.
Lets say its a 13-Month TD Bank CD at 4.2% APR
"But thats only 4.2% Interest, where does the rest come from?"
AmeriStar strives to provide the best CD rate possible. Investors are welcome to check with banking institutions for the price of CDs to compare.
Right! Now we add the Regulation D 506(b) side.
These 506 investments produce considerable high yield investment, comparable even with a top hedge fund.
John builds condo developments. To build, John needs a loan from a bank.
John goes to TD Bank to ask for a loan.
TD Bank tells John they like his project, but they don't want to make the loan.
They tell John, bring us something.
John goes to AmeriStar.
AmeriStar tells John, that we will make a Courtesy Deposit in the form of Certificate of Deposits into TD Bank on Johns behalf.
First, AmeriStar talks with TD Bank. So they understand;
The CD's cannot be used as collateral.
The CD's will not be in Johns name.
John has no control over the CDS's.
The CD's cannot be at risk.
AmeriStar arranges the Courtesy Deposit to TD Bank.
TD Bank is thrilled. They have a new deposit. They grant the loan request to John.
John is more thrilled, he got his loan. He pays AmeriStar a 6% fee for the Courtesy Deposit.
4.2 + 6.0 = 10.2%
The CD Rate will be something comparable to a Jumbo CD.
All 506 investments carry risk. AmeriStar attemps to mitigate that risk by utilizing FDIC insurance and making sure that a Borrower cannot access the Certificate of Deposit.
Compare this CD rate with other banks or FinTech companies. The price of CD offered by Ameristar provides a true High Yield Investment.