Arta Finance Introduces Harvest Treasuries AI-Managed Portfolios
Arta Finance, a Digital Family Office,introduced Harvest Treasuries AI-Managed Portfolio (AMP) as a high yield, low risk alternative to savings accounts that leverages a “financial superpower” of the ultra-wealthy – US Treasuries. Harvest Treasuries AMPs earn 5.16% APY, returns do not incur US State income tax, and the underlying assets of this AMP are exchange-traded funds (ETFs) of treasury bonds and notes fully backed by the US Government – all managed using AI to optimize for the highest yield and vigilantly respond to changes in interest rates and other factors.
“Most people try to save their money in the bank – but why settle for near-zero interest rates when you can hold US Treasuries directly and earn a better yield?” said Caesar Sengupta, CEO and Co-Founder, Arta Finance. “The Harvest Treasuries AMP makes it easy to optimize returns from various Treasuries securities, helping investors ride out today’s high inflation and high interest rate environment.”
volatile markets with rising interest rates and worrisome inflation have investors scrambling for safer investments that have reliable returns. When it comes to earning higher interest rates on savings or spare cash, most people are familiar with savings accounts, certificates of deposit, or money market accounts. But now, there is another option that can offer potentially higher yields at low risk. Arta has created the Harvest family of AI-Managed Portfolio (AMPs) that optimize for high yields for a short-term investment on savings.
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The Harvest Treasuries AMP is for investors who want liquidity while still earning a high interest rate. Harvest Treasuries is a great way to boost short-term savings for an emergency fund or upcoming milestones like a vacation or home down payment.
The Harvest Treasuries AMP generates a high yield through investments that have one of the lowest risk profiles US Treasury securities. These include Treasury bills (T-bills), Treasury notes (T-notes), Treasury bonds (T-bonds), and Treasury Inflation-Protected Securities (TIPS).
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