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Portfolio Structure


Stock Indices use a portfolio of representative companies (usually spanning major industries) to reflect the status of the whole stock market. There are three kinds: global, regional, and national. Global indices include companies regardless of where they are traded. Regional indices include companies from a certain region, and national indices include companies from a specific nation. Stock indices are used to get an indication of the market's overall direction. Some analysts use them as a barometer of the underlying economy.


Metals are hard commodities that are mined or extracted. They can be further divided into precious metals like Gold, Silver, and Platinum and high-demand base metals like Copper, Aluminum, and Zinc. Precious metals tend to move together in price and their unit of trade is the troy ounce. Gold has several industrial applications, functions as a safe haven for currency speculators in times of uncertainty, and can be used as a hedge against inflation.


A bond is a contract between an entity that borrows money and a creditor that lends it to the entity. When you purchase a bond, you are effectively giving a loan to the bond issuer. With government bonds, also known as sovereign bonds, a national government borrows money to fund its operations. The bond specifies what interest rate (coupon) will be paid and at which times during the life of the bond and when the principal funds, also known as face value, will be returned. This is called the maturity date. Bonds are an asset class by themselves which offer more stability than stocks.


Energy commodities are mostly hard commodities that are mined or extracted. They include fossil fuels like coal, oil (in various blends and grades), and natural gas. The price of these commodities is one of the most watched economic indicators by traders, economists, governments, and businesses, given the correlation between economic growth and energy consumption. Their prices are influenced by global economic up- or downturns, production cuts or increases, and emerging green energies. Their prices influence other commodities since it takes energy to produce them.


A cryptocurrency is a fully decentralized, secure, digital currency whose creation is controlled by cryptography. Cryptocurrencies are not issued by central banks and their value does not depend on bank policies. Unlike regular currencies where new money can be introduced into the money supply through quantitative easing (QE), cryptocurrency prices are purely based on supply and demand. Bitcoin, created in 2009, was the first cryptocurrency. There currently are over 800 alternative cryptocurrencies, called altcoins, such as Ethereum, Ripple, and Litecoin.


Currencies are traded on the foreign exchange market, also known as Forex. This is a decentralized market that spans the globe and is considered the largest by trading volume and the most liquid worldwide. Exchange rates fluctuate continuously due to the ever-changing market forces of supply and demand. Forex traders buy a currency pair if they think the exchange rate will rise and sell it if they think the opposite will happen. The Forex market remains open around the world 24 hours a day except for weekends.

Investment Model

The new investment models combine the power and speed of artificial intelligence, with constant updates and modifications from a team of experts, to provide fixed-income investment management. Using a fully systematic approach, Tadrus Capital can invest in global financial markets with a sophisticated risk management framework.

By analyzing large amounts of market data, the Tadrus Capital team has improved high-frequency trading techniques to take advantage of minute deviations in market equilibrium. Before employing a new technique, they can perform comprehensive testing against the historical data, to ensure that the benefits of each investment strategy outweigh the risks.

Tadrus Capital also employs a team of quantitative developers, which test and approve every line of code before it is deployed, to prevent technological errors and improve the speed of future modifications. Investments are carefully monitored at all times to ensure your risks are kept below pre-defined levels, as determined by the company’s updated risk management framework.

To provide constant optimization for this high-tech approach to investing, Tadrus Capital aims to attract and hire the brightest minds with advanced degrees in the relevant technologies. Their strategy focuses on combining the best human minds, with the power of artificial intelligence to sort and manage vast amounts of financial data, to find hidden investment opportunities.

Strategies that perform well against the historical data are put through a pilot testing phase that includes actual market conditions and proprietary capital, before being offered to you. This phase allows for the most comprehensive testing against real-world conditions, and technical modifications to maximize the investment strategy efficiency.


Most frequent questions and answers

Typically if hedge funds lose investor capital, investors are unable to withdraw their investments. However, with us, if the portfolio drawdown is greater than 15%, investors will have the option of immediately withdrawing their capital. Our current drawdown is less than 5%.

There is a commitment period of 24 months. After that commitment period is over, investors may either withdraw or reinvest. Historically, almost every investor has reinvested additional capital.

Unfortunately, the way Wall Street has historically operated, funds are measured more by the size of their AUM than their performance. Most of these larger funds end up returning investors anywhere between 5%-11% a year. They typically cannot outperform market benchmarks like the S&P 500 Index. Most portfolios have been down from January of 2022 until July of 2022. However, our algorithms have been shorting the index and our investors have made 17.5% YTD.

Yes, investors may add additional capital as separate transactions and so they must follow the minimum contribution amount for each investment transaction. 

Yes. Unlike most other hedge funds and financial advisors, we’ve been shorting the market.

Our investors get a fixed 2.5% every month. This is a fixed return and is not static. 

The investor portal provides investors with up-to-date portfolio balances. While members of the investor relations team will touch base with investors on the first of each month, investors may reach out to members of the investor relations team at any time.

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