Who We Are

We are an investment company passionate about generational wealth creation and management. We offer investment opportunities to our customers. The sectors are Equities, Real Estate, Agribusiness, Mining, and FMCG. We also offer coach and training to help our customers make informed decisions.

Vision

Our vision is to become a world leading Investment company Most reliable ,trust worthy company Creating Transgenerational wealth solutions globally.

Mission

Sustainable consistent profit for wealth creation through risk management and compounding ROI.

Core Values

Intergrity, Diligence ,Honesty, Transparency

Objectives

To offer sustainable financial solutions for wealth creation to our individuals, institutions, corporates, and government investors. 

To offer sustainable wealth management solutions

Corporate Social Responsibility

We offer Mentorship programs for youth to inspire raise responsible self motivated youths
We do Capacity building among entrepreneurs to help them thrive in their businesses and diversify their investments

1) Timios Equity Investments:

We apply a multi-strategy trading system which aims to maximise profits for investors in both the bull and the bear markets, whilst looking to minimise the deviation on our equity curve.  With this managed account service, investors can benefit from the expertise of our Multi Strategy Investment trading style where our team has vast experience and knowledge of trading in the Forex, Equity Indices and Commodities arena.  The bespoke managed portfolios are based on investors’ chosen risk and volatility parameters.

“Building bespoke portfolios with a multi-market multi strategy exposure.”

Equities:

The Equity market is widely considered to be one of the best long-term asset classes to invest in.  However, from a technical perspective, we believe rather than investing in individual stocks, it may be prudent to consider Equity Indices.

More importantly, in the current market climate where equities are close to highs, yet there are many reasons why this shouldn’t be the case, and a multitude of reasons why the markets might fall, our strategies are designed to take advantage of falling markets as well as rising ones.

Many traditional funds are highly correlated to the performance of the worldwide Equity markets and although they may not track them completely, a large portion of their portfolio does. If equities retrace- some funds will underperform. We believe our strategies may excel in this market climate should it present us with the opportunity.

FX:

The Foreign Exchange market, also referred to as the ‘Forex’ or ‘FX’ market is the largest financial market in the world, with a daily average turnover of $5 trillion which is more

than 10 times the turnover of ALL global Equity markets combined.

The FX market is the simultaneous buying of one currency and selling of another. Currencies are traded in pairs, for example GBP/USD or EUR/USD. About 5% of daily turnover is from companies and governments that buy or sell products and services in foreign countries or must convert profits made in foreign currencies into their domestic currencies. The other 95% is trading for profit or speculation. 

Unlike the Stock market, the Forex market has no central exchange and operates through an electronic network of banks, corporations and individuals trading one currency for another. This enables the Forex market to operate on a 24hour/5 days a week basis, spanning from one zone to another across the major financial centres.

Commodities:

The idea of investing in commodities is that they have an intrinsic value, underpinned by the demand and supply chain and cannot be inflated.

While Oil is the world’s most commonly traded commodity, Precious Metals like Gold & Silver can offer upheaval insurance against financial and political problems and are often see as a good diversification for a portfolio of other assets like bonds and stocks because they will generally reduce both risk and volatility.

Regardless of whether the Metal or Energy Commodities rise or fall; our strategies are designed to take advantage of this and we look to achieve this by both longing and shorting these markets.

2) AGRIBUSINESS

Investment in agribusiness has been pointed out by the CNBC as one of the worthwhile investment opportunities in 2020 moving forward.

In the agribusiness sector we have Floriculture

Risk

Every Investment has risk aspect.

Market price fluctuation

Our uniqueness

The Investor owns the project

The investment is done on the investor’s land

He is in charge of the inputs, resources, employee.

We give expertise support for the execution of the project, Financial planning, production instructions and guidance of the flower production to our members.

There are opportunities for contract farming for ready market.

3) MINING

According to CNBC there is a global shift on how business will be done during and after the pandemic.

One investment that would be a profitable venture is precious metals business, mining.

As currencies, stocks fluctuate in the next 10 years following 2020.

 We offer investors opportunities to invest in different mining, trading and forward contracts of gold.

An investor can have a mine within the east African region

 The investor gets support from us to register the company and get legal documentation, licences to start the mine.

We offer support in sourcing the land, equipment, labour and execution of the project.

The market is readily available. The truth is gold is scarce and there is nothing such as bulk gold and cheap gold in Africa.

We walk with the investors who are our members to help them achieve productivity.

 This investment is available to our specific members. (It depends on the membership category)

Training and coaching is also available for the members.

 

Risk Disclaimer

There are no guarantees of returns. Search for gold is like searching a needle in a bag of hay. Patience is key. Once you strike it, you will appreciate it was worthwhile

Credible Investment Opportunites.

We work with you to make to make your investment starts 

Equity Fund

Rules of construction that are adhered to regardless of market

Business Support

Components to run the business operations towards customers

Economic Trends

The ultimate goal of economics is to improve living conditions

Investment Coaching

Helping clients overcome their struggle to attain financial goals

Management Consulting

Analysis of existing organizational problems and improvement

Investment Consulting

Numerical assistance in sales and trading for various companies

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Why FX?

  1. It’s the most liquid and heavily traded market in the world.  
  2.  Trading in FX is one of the purest ways to play the macro-economic themes.
  3. Regardless of the economic condition, there are always opportunities to realise a profit in these markets. 
  4. There’s a plethora of uncertainty currently residing in the global climate as major central banks around the world are looking to exit the dangerous world of QE and ultralow interest rates.  
  5. We are of the belief that there is no one size-fits all model for FX and therefore our goal at MSI is to position our trading portfolio in line with what we believe to be the market climate from a technical perspective, and to trade with or against these positions on a daily basis with the aim to either yield profits, or hedge the portfolio risk.

STOCKS

The way to benefit from the stock market is by buying stocks at low prices, hold or exit the market when the prices are high.

We use technical analysis to identified the best priced stocks in the market.

You can either be an active or passive investor.

Whichever option you choose, as our member the investor gets access to the global platforms to trade Stocks, Penny stocks, indices and enjoy the privilege of updates on the same.

The stocks are held in the investors Personal account with his name as the owner of the stock. This held on the regulated and licensed stock brokerage company.

Flowers

The role and benefits of flowers cannot be down played. They range from health benefits, reduction of stress, building of relationships, the list goes on and on.

The demand is for quality flowers at the auction market is high.

Kenya is the lead exporter of rose cut flowers to the European Union (EU) with a market share of about 38%. Approximately 65% of exported flowers are sold through the Dutch Auctions, although direct sales are growing. In the United Kingdom, supermarkets are the main retail outlets. Other growing destinations include Japan, Russia, Middle East and USA.

Our investment focus is on the cut flowers.
According to the BBC The biggest buyers of cut flowers are the EU and the US, but the biggest growers and exporters are the Netherlands, Ecuador, Colombia, Kenya and Ethiopia.

These cut flowers have a lower start-up costs make it easier for the investor to venture into floriculture.

This is an invest that can give an investor a return of 50% on their capital per season
The year has 2 seasons.
This means an investor makes about 100% on their investments in a year.

4) REAL ESTATE

Real Estate is an investment that if wisely thought through can be rewarding.

According the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals sustainable affordable housing is undeniable need and therefore calls upon all stakeholders to participate in offering a solution in this area.

The Kenyan government has incorporated housing as part of the Big Four Agenda towards vision 2030 because it is a fundamental human need.

Our Constitution in Article 43 (1) (b) recognizes the right to accessible and adequate housing, and to reasonable standards of sanitation. 3 Kenyans in urban area spend a considerable part of their income on rent, for instance, Nairobi residents spend more than 40% of their income on rent, well above the recommended 30%.

 

According to the World Bank and State Department for Housing and Urban Development, it is estimated that Kenya has an annual housing demand of 250,000 annually with an estimated supply of 50,000 p.a. (80% deficit) targeting the high-end market.

▪ In 2010 the demand for urban housing was estimated at around 80,000 units a year, with demand projected to increase to nearly 300,000 units a year by 2050. By comparison, in 2013 only 15,000 housing construction permits were issued in Nairobi, where most demand exists and most of these were for high-income apartments.

Only 2 percent of formally constructed houses are targeted to the lower income segments of the market, which account for the largest share of demand.

▪ Furthermore, estimates of housing demand are for new housing only and do not speak to the high qualitative housing deficit in Kenya estimated at 1.8 MN.

 ▪ The high cost of formal housing means that home ownership is out of reach for most urban Kenyans with vast majority of this population finding housing through rental markets (91% in Nairobi)

 ▪ Kenya has an estimated 25,000 mortgages