|Strategy||Min. investment||Risk||Since beginning||Current month|
|US50 Plus||10.000€||10%||-||1.34%||Invest now|
|FX Master One||10.000€||25%||-||-||Invest now|
|Europa L&S + Plus||10.000€||10%||-||-||Invest now|
|US L&S + Plus||10.000€||10%||-||-||Invest now|
|Vola Strategie One||10.000€||25%||-||-||Invest now|
|Drei Säulen Strategie Europa||10.000€||10%||-||-||Invest now|
|Drei Säulen Strategie World||10.000€||10%||-||-||Invest now|
|Geldmarkt Strategie||5.000€||2%||-||-||Invest now|
|AI / FX||25.000€||10%||-||-1.31%||Invest now|
|Risk Parity||10.000€||10%||-||-||Invest now|
|AI / FX +||50.000€||100%||-||-||Invest now|
|Options Future Aktien Strategie||5.000€||100%||-||1.22%||Invest now|
With the “US50+Plus” strategy we aim a realisation of profits from a multidirectional approach. In order to accomplish this, we use a selection of US stocks with a stable performance over the last 6 months or more. In case there is a profit expectation of up to 5% over the next 12 months, the value will be added to our selection portfolio. From our selection portfolio, the top values with the highest dividends are again determined and these remaining values are used for the investment. As bonus and in cooperation with all the US exchanges, these are used by affiliated issuers as collateral for derivatives.
Any resulting interest will be forwarded to our investors in a 1:1 relation. Due to this special feature, we are able to make a profit even with a small or even declining price developments of individual stocks. For values that threaten to move too much due to massive market influences, we provide for hedging by buying options.
In this strategy, currency positions are actively traded with a short waiting time, with short term profitability as a priority. With the currency combinations EUR/USD, GBP/USD and EUR/CHF among others, we invest exclusively in the spot market. As a rule, we do not invest more than 1% of the deposit volume for each position. This commercial trading approach achieves lower maximum losses per operation. Oliver Riess began to develop this strategy in 2006 and it has been perfected since then.
The minimum account volume to implement this strategy is €10,000. The maximum exposure is 25%. The earnings prospects stand at 2-3% per month. The minimum volume is 0.2 contracts.
Note: the recommended minimum investment time is one month. The number of trades varies between 10 to 30 per day. It is important to bear in mind that profitability may vary depending on the size of the deposit and the costs incurred by the deposit provider.
The goal here is to limit the risk, and to achieve it we take short-term profits and realise stops which lie close to the market.
With the Europe strategy, we pursue the approach of making profit from two directions. For this, we use the selection of European equities with a stable performance over at least the last 6 months. In case there is a profit expectation of up to 5% over the next 12 months, the value will be added to our portfolio. From our selection portfolio, the top values with the highest dividend are again determined and these remaining values are used for the investment. For values that threaten to move too much due to massive market influences, we go short to make a profit even if the price falls.
With the US L&S + Plus strategy we seek to obtain benefits in two directions. In order to achieve this, we use a selection of US equities with a stable performance during the last 6 months at least. In case there are profit expectations up to 5% during the next 12 months, the value will be added to our portfolio. We determine again the highest values with the highest dividends in our portfolio and use them for investments. In addition, individual securities are deposited as collateral for derivatives, in cooperation with all US stock exchanges and to the extent that they are used by affiliated issuers. Any resulting income will be sent in full to our investors. Due to this special feature, we are able to obtain benefits even with a small or even decreasing development of individual stock prices. In the case of securities that threaten to fluctuate too much due to strong market influences, we go short in order to obtain profits, even if prices plummet.
With this strategy we are pursuing the investment in short-term Euro bonds with low probability of default (government bonds, mortgage bonds, etc.), combined with option premiums and commercial strategies based on the volatility indexes. In this process, the options are bought in the short term and according to the volatility indexes, to participate in both increases and decreases. In order to finance the purchased options, long-term out of the money (OTM)options are sold. The total revenues return of this strategy consist of a basic interest rate on the bonds and the results of both the option premiums strategy and commercial strategy.
On the other hand, this volatility strategy can be used to cover the existing equity portfolio, since the volatility in the falling stock markets reacts positively. In addition to the desired loss compensation, this strategy is designed so that positive results are obtained in the medium term, even with a volatility that does not increase.
Even though international stock markets are sometimes recording highs, we will continue to post positive stock market developments in the coming months. Clear structures and diversification through cost-effective ETFs are initially the basic investments and thus form the basic structure (core depot) in the respective portfolio strategy. As a key performance driver, we are banking on this strategy, in addition to tactical selections of individual titles.
Here we use industry trends, positive company news or positive analyst comments in order to actively use short-term opportunities. In this strategy, we only rely on European standard values, which also have an attractive dividend yield. The individual weightings are based on the company’s market capitalisation and may not exceed a single weighting of 10% of the total volume. Overall, bond investments play a rather subordinate role, as they are more likely to be seen as a risk buffer due to the current level of interest rates.
In the overall view, the total depot is thus set up in three columns.
1) Pension investments
2) Core depot (base deposit) exclusively in ETFs
3) Active management (company news & industry trends)
Even when the international stock markets are sometimes recording highs, we will continue to post positive stock market developments in the coming months. Clear structures and diversification through low-cost ETFs are initially the basic investments and thus form the basic structure (core depot) in the respective custody strategy. As a key performance driver, in this strategy we also choose a tactical stock selection.
In this strategy we use industry trends, positive company news or positive analyst comments to actively use short-term opportunities. Furthermore, we only rely on worldwide standard values, which are additionally endowed with an attractive dividend yield. The individual weightings are based on the company’s market capitalisation and may not exceed a single weighting of 10% of the total volume. Overall, bond investments play a rather subordinate role, as they are more likely to be seen as a risk buffer due to the current level of interest rates.
The investment focus in this strategy is on the money market. Here, values with an expected return of more than 5% a year are put into focus. In addition to this, the achievement of an extra return is through the short-term lending of individual assets to various issuers. The goal is reaching the mark of 10% return per year plus dividends.
This asset management extends solely to investments in the money market sector and is equipped with classic money market investments. This includes:
• Overnight money
• Term deposit
• Money market funds
• ETFs (Exchange Trade Funds)
Overnight money and term deposits have individually designable run times and are suitable for short-term deposits. ETFs on the money market are passively managed mutual funds and are available on a daily basis. Money market funds (actively managed funds) are generally available for sale within 1 to 2 days. Money market funds are an attractive alternative to overnight money or term deposits. As a rule, higher rates of return can be achieved with money market funds. The goal of the strategy manager is to give the portfolio an above-average added value in relation to the money market. For the money market strategy, no ongoing fees will be charged. The income generated alone will result in a 10% profit participation.
The money market strategy is not only suitable for private investors but it is also recommended for institutional clients with large volumes of investment. For institutional investments, a profit share of 7.50% is calculated. The investment risk can be considered low, with an asset category of 1 to 2. The Eonia index is used as a reference point. The Eonia is the interest rate of the euro currency to which unsecured overnight loans are granted in the interbank market of the euro area.
With this strategy, currency positions, stocks, stocks indices on Futures and on CFD basis are actively traded with a short waiting time. Here, a short-time profit is in the focus. It is invested exclusively in the spot market in the following currency pairs: EUR/USD GBP/USD EUR/CHF and others In the stocks and indices field it is invested at US and EU stock exchanges. Usually leverage trades (leverage transactions) are executed. The goal here is to spread and reduce the risk by short-term intraday trades and the application of stops. Thus, even at low price differences profits are achieved. Note: the minimum investment time is six months. The number of trades varies between 10 to 50 per day. It is important to bear in mind that profitability may vary depending on the size of the deposit and the costs indurred by the deposit provider.
A risk-parity strategy aims to achieve maximum investment performance for each client with stable risk, taking individual customer requirements into account. This strategy is based on a compilation of statistically uncorrelated asset classes whose weighting is based on historical value fluctuations. The asset classes are represented by a variety of low-cost, passive ETFs to minimize the burden on the client. We continuously monitor asset performance and periodically balance the asset allocation to maximize investment performance and risk stability.
The investment philosophy used is based on insights from modern portfolio theory, for which the economists Harry Markowitz and William Sharpe received the 1990 Nobel Prize in Economics for their ground-breaking research. In contrast to today's most prevalent form of implementing modern portfolio theory for the management of diversified assets, we divide the investments so that they each make the same contribution to the overall risk of the portfolio.
This will increase the likelihood of avoiding unwanted and sometimes significant downside risks and generating sustainable returns. This type of sophisticated asset management used to be available only to high net worth investors over €500,000, with managers typically charging an annual management fee of over 1%. By implementing our computerised asset management, we are able to offer this service at a much lower cost. We are thus democratising access to high quality asset management.