GWJ Adds Two Definitions for Investors

Investors interested in long term investment assets will be interested in our definitions of black label and lyocell assets.

Today we defined lyocell assets as follows:

Lyocell Asset – An investment asset created by mergers and acquisitions.

Lyocell assets are created when assets are removed from their original companies and then put together by investors into a new company.

There are several reasons why a company will purchase another company creating lyocell assets. Goes with Jeans, looks to see if the company is being acquired for assets (corporate physical assets), intellectual property (patents or processes to improve their own products) or for HR purposes to strengthen the corporation. (Start-ups may be purchased to buy the staff to strengthen a company division such as research or security.)

The Lyocell assets will be assets that are worth purchasing and mixing with other assets to create a stronger asset. lyocell assets will be held by investment firms. Investor who are interested in Lyocell assets would create a company to hold the Lyocell assets. Lyocell assets would be considered an advanced investment product.

GWJ defined black label assets as follows:

Black label are assets that GWJ considers worth purchasing as long term investments and require the buyer to spend more money to purchase. Black label assets are reviewed by GWJ and are considered stable high end companies (stocks or companies to purchase) and real asset products such as gold, real estate & digital addresses.

If you would like to speak with us more about the definitions, please contact GWJ by email.