London, United Kingdom, March 06, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- The Moss Global Securities International Currency Exchange Traded Fund invests in currencies and bonds issued in twenty currencies. The fund is intended to be a cost effective investment tool for diversifying away from US funds.
Increased currency risk has resulted from the growing debt levels of developed economies, including the US. In that country, higher levels of inflation is a growing certainty with the Federal Reserve's average monthly purchases of approximately $88 billion in Treasuries and mortgage securities.
These disturbing figures have resulted in an increased demand for diversification and hedging investment products. Moss Global Securities has responded to these demands with the new currency fund. Used in conjunction with a professionally managed portfolio can greatly reduce the risk of exchange losses and value erosion from inflation.
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