- Annual yields of 8%-12% on oil and gas bonds are appealing to investors looking to diversify their portfolios.
- Phoenix Capital Group offers some of the highest yields on the market today and provides a free investor’s webinar with information on how to get started.
- As of June 7, 2023, Phoenix's popular Reg A+ Bond offering for non-accredited investors is temporarily on hold due to oversubscription. Bond offerings are still available for accredited investors while non-accredited investors are able to join the waitlist.
Accredited investors are turning to high-yield oil and gas bonds as a potentially solid long-term investment and a means to diversify their portfolios.
The oil and natural gas industries have been essential in making America one of the world’s most prosperous countries — with the creation of invaluable products, technologies, and the necessary fuel for economic growth.
Likewise, as the global economy grows and developing countries continue to industrialize, the demand for oil and gas is expected to rise in the coming years — leading to higher oil and gas prices and benefitting oil and gas bond investments.
Below, we dig into how investing in US-based oil and gas bonds with Phoenix Capital Group is earning accredited investors 8%-12% annual yields and providing direct access to lucrative investments that were previously limited to only the highest net-worth individuals.
Why US-based oil and gas bonds are attracting investors
1.) High-yields in a low-yield market
Oil and gas bonds typically offer higher yields than non-cyclical sector bonds with similar ratings. This is because oil and gas are vital commodities, and investors are willing to pay a higher yield for the security of owning a bond issued by an oil and gas company.
Due to its business model and tax structure, Phoenix Capital Group is able to offer high annual yields ranging from 8% to 12% for the term of the bond. Certain investments also qualify for compounding interest.
2.) Bonds as a low risk investment option
The low risk nature of bonds is one of the key factors attracting investors to this market. Buying a bond essentially means you are lending money to the bond issuer. In return, the issuer agrees to pay you a fixed interest rate for a set period of time, and then repay the principal amount of the loan at maturity.
This means that investors know exactly how much money they will earn from their investment, and when they’ll get it.
3.) Tax deferred growth when investing in a retirement account
When investing in an oil and gas bond inside of a retirement account, such as a 401(k) or IRA, your investment will grow tax-deferred. This means that you don’t pay taxes on the interest or capital gains until you withdraw the money from the account.
Investors have the options to buy US-based oil and gas bonds through a 401k account, traditional IRA, Roth IRA, or self-directed IRA.
Investing in US-based oil and gas bonds with Phoenix Capital Group, a leader in mineral rights acquisitions, allows you to bypass the banks and middlemen, while earning some of the highest yields on the market today.
If you are an accredited investor interested in earning 8-12% annual yields on oil and gas bonds, click here to quickly share your information and a real Phoenix representative will call you personally to answer all of your questions and get you started on your investing journey. Or, you may call them directly at 303-376-9778.
As of June 7, 2023, Phoenix's popular Reg A+ Bond offering for non-accredited investors is temporarily on hold due to oversubscription. Bond offerings are still available for accredited investors while non-accredited investors are able to join the waitlist, and will be notified as soon as possible.