Swiss-style Monetary Policy

I’m doing some research on investing and financial advisers. Not that I have a lot (no debt, less than 20K in net worth), but I’ve recently finished paying off all my student loans, and am now considering where I should put the extra 1K/month (savings vs. an existing mutual fund vs. somewhere else). To complicate matters, I’m closing in an a business plan, and hope to stop working full-time by the summer or fall to launch my business full time. But all of this is outside of the realm of my question.

As I was researching financial advisers, I came across 1 website locally that said the following: “We are a conservative, financial planning firm that uses a Swiss-style monetary policy to guide our investment style.”

What in the world do they mean by “Swiss-style monetary policy”? I’m doing some googling, and will continue to do so throughout the day. I’m sure I’ll come up with some answers on my own, but I’m curious to see what this community says about it.


2 Responses to “Swiss-style Monetary Policy”

  1. I’m not sure what is traditionally meant by “Swiss-style monetary policy” but lately it has meant the same thing as US monetary policy, or Japanese monetary policy, or Euro monetary policy: PRINT.

    Look how many Swiss Francs it takes to buy a currency that cannot be printed:
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    I’m not sure why they would be touting “Swiss-style monetary policy”.

    That hasn’t been too stellar lately.

  2. This is what is called “weasel words”. They’re trying to put some authority into their ad, but since they don’t have any – they’re putting meaningless words that sound important.

    Monetary policy is the state/central bank policy to control the supply of the available currency. Cannot think of a way to connect it to private investments.