• The current climate presents a good opportunity to gain exposure to it, as slowing growth and poor economic data combined with the slump in commodities has roiled the global stock markets, and all indications point to this continuing throughout the year.
  • The Fund is an attractive alternative for private investors looking for good growth over the coming years.
  • Trading in the world’s largest and most secure currencies is considered a qualified alternative investment that offers suitable diversification.
  • The Forex market, with a limited number of major currencies and millions of global participants, provides cost effective trading and the ability to trade 24 hours a day.
  • The Forex market has experienced a surge of participants in recent years. This uptake is mainly from private investors wishing to benefit from an asset class that can offer diversification from company specific investing.
  • Similar to investment funds which hold traditional asset classes, The Strategy seeks to profit by trading global currencies. However, unlike traditional equity and bond markets, there are some characteristics of Forex that create market inefficiencies, which in turn create opportunities.
  • Contrary to the stock market, where the vast majority of participants are seeking to make a clear profit after costs, there are many entities operating in the currency market where the main motivation is not to seek a profit. For example, multi-national corporations may contract to buy or sell currencies for the primary reason of hedging against currency risk on future earnings or expenses.
  • Governments too, are active in Forex as they manage their currency reserves.