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Monday, August 24, 2015


Dear Golden Roof Investor,

You may have heard that the Chinese stock market has undergone a minor bout of turbulence in recent days. This is to be expected in such an exciting, where-it’s-at market and is not a cause for alarm for anyone with the Golden Roof Investment Trust.

Although the whereabouts of our CEO Mr Wun Awei has been the subject of much scurrilous press comment, be assured that he is diligently seeking new opportunities. We intend to contact him in the very near future to discuss these opportunities plus a range of other options he may wish to consider.

Meanwhile, our advice for all investors in the Golden Roof Investment Trust is to sit tight while current disturbances are brought firmly under control by the Chinese authorities.

In addition to this exiting news, you may be interested in a new investment opportunity, the Platinum Roof Investment Trust for which you should already have a prospectus. Remember - you take the risk so we don't have to.

Yours sincerely

Richard Dastardly (Acting CEO)


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Sackerson said...

Don't say "risk".

Paddington said...

1. Was 'exiting' a typo, or a very clever pun?
2. I will defer to Sackerson on this, but it seems to me that this kind of volatility is good news to the brokers, who make commissions whether people buy or sell.

A K Haart said...

Sackers - our financial adviser says it all the time. She's new to the job.

Paddington - unfortunately it was a typo. I wondered if I should leave it in, decided people would miss the point then forgot to correct it anyway.