Almost two years ago I asked myself, “should I invest in shipping containers with Pacific Tycoon, or is it a scam?” Nowadays, I have peers and colleagues asking me the same question. I suppose the fact that nearly 2 years has passed and I am still very happy and more confident than ever, is a clear indication of my opinion about the opportunity. So, to save myself from repeating my experience over and over again, I will share my thoughts in this blog post so it can be referenced and reviewed in the future when I am addressing more questions about whether Pacific Tycoon’s container investments are a scam; or not.
For me, investing in shipping containers was a business that was easy to understand. In order to participate in this opportunity, investors use their investment money to purchase a small fleet of shipping containers and then, with the help of Pacific Tycoon; lease them to shipping companies. Month after month the company’s shipping containers are deployed in prospering regions and emerging markets around the world, feeding the rising consumer demand.
In taking the time to learn about the investment before investing, I discovered the unique relationship that shipping containers have with the global economy and the contributions they make everyday to its ongoing recovery and growth. Quite simply, to improve GDP countries have to start transporting more cargo in containers, to international shipping ports and consumers. In doing so, this will translate into steady revenues from the lease of shipping containers and in turn, provide a great investment experience and monthly income for Pacific Tycoon’s investors.
In the past, my experience with investment providers was distant and seemingly unapproachable. In fact, it was the traditional investment environment that made me uneasy and left wondering if I was going to be the victim of a scam, or worse; a broker’s greed. On the other hand, the staff at Pacific Tycoon has always been friendly and inviting, and above all; eager to discuss world markets or the global container shipping industry. Unlike many of the brokers and bankers I have had dealings with in the past, Pacific Tycoon appears genuinely interested in establishing and maintaining a personal relationship with their business partners/investors. For me, this was a welcome change from my interactions with institutional investors and big investment firms.
Whether investing in Pacific Tycoon or any other investment offering, when it comes time to make the final investment decision, investors should only invest in: 1) opportunities they completely understand and 2) companies they truly believe in. I assume I have made it clear where I stand on both of these principles, particularly if you are asking me if I recommend Pacific Tycoon and/or do I know of anyone else who has reviewed their investment Pacific Tycoon?