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High Return

A higher-than-normal amount of revenue an investment generates over a given period of time as a percentage of the amount of capital invested. There is no hard-and-fast definition of high return; it is compared to other return rates. In general, an investment that generates a high return usually has a high level of risk.
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Investors can benefit from the high returns of Dubai's property market.
A Ponzi scheme (named after Charles Ponzi, who victimized investors in the 1920s with a postage stamp speculation scam) is similar in that it also pays high returns to existing investors with money collected from new investors.
The promise of low-risk, high returns, the initial standardised returns that are a deadly bait, but are red alerts screaming out a warning to would-be investors.
The EIPD said the corporation enticed members of the public to register as 'premium subscribers' by paying P1,000 and to recruit more members in exchange for high returns.
We have been agile in responding to challenges and we have successfully delivered a strong performance with high returns for shareholders.
'In Cambodia, many people aim to invest in real estate, but the results of the competition are strong evidence showing the potential of investment here, in CSX, to get high returns,' he said.
Russian and foreign companies operating under the brand Cashberry had been offering high returns based on multilevel marketing.
Honeywell announced that it has acquired Ortloff Engineers, a privately held licensor and "industry-leading" developer of specialized technologies that drive high returns in natural gas processing and sulfur recovery.
This is built on the trust of investors that the bank has earned, resulting from the successes and high returns we have achieved over the past few years," KHCB chairman Dr Ahmed Khalil Al Mutawa said.
Investment scams can take many forms, including trading programs that falsely guarantee high returns, Ponzi schemes, and advance fee fraud These schemes can target all members of the investing public from all types of backgrounds and of all ages.
Petersburg: "EDB's priority is not high returns on the projects it finances, but the integration and modernisation effects," he emphasised.

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