Investment Strategies Objectives
Diversification is nothing more than a method of risk reduction. Any investment strategy employed by our algorithms is diversified within multiple assets. This ensures that there is absolutely zero correlation while maintaining optimal performance. Proper diversification in times when an asset may become distressed reduces sharp declines and offers phenomenal balance that leaves a smoother equity.
Markets consistently go up and down and many scramble to try and predict direction without the proper fail safes in place. AAM always executes trades with the proper counter measures; if we are ever taking a losing trade, we have predetermined it's impact on the portfolio at the time of the trade's execution using our automated risk calculation and management algorithm. We protect against downside risk by hedging assets to reduce and limit losses that can occur due to adverse market movements. Most of all, the assets we hedge using our algorithms are negatively correlated assets.
Net asset value(NAV) of funds is done primarily on a monthly basis. Our strategies trade high frequency, short term, and long term- providing our clients with the ability withdraw some or all of their capital. While liquidated positions are settled weekly, it is preferred that if clients choose to withdraw capital, that they do so on a monthly basis as it gives their account a much greater chance to compound on an exponential level.
Capital appreciation is the main source of investment growth—the price of asset that was bought increases in value or the price of an asset that was sold decreases in value. We seek to do this on a regular basis and compound any returns to deliver an appreciation in capital that is unmatched.
Long Term Growth
While withdrawing capital as often as monthly, semi annually, or annually is intriguing and sometimes even necessary, seeing an account compounded exponentially is the fruit of the labor. Capital appreciation over time leading to long term capital growth is the reason for investing.