Manage money. Plan the future. We can help.

After years of professional involvement in the financial markets, writing a blog, and organizing educational workshops, I decided to help people in a more direct way.

I have set up an alternative fund, through which the investors in the fund will have an opportunity to the make the same returns I’m making. In the past I have achieved above average returns and the goal is to transfer my performance to the fund as well.

The purpose of the fund is to maintain the value of investors’ assets while achieving positive returns regardless of market or economic conditions. Unlike most other funds, the investment objective is the pursuit of absolute returns. This means that the goal is to achieve positive returns even in times of crisis, when most stocks and indices are losing value.

The investment objective is pursued through the active management of the fund’s assets. The assets will be invested in those investment classes and products that offer the best potential return to the lowest risk level at any given moment. In doing so, the fund’s assets can be invested not only in stocks or bonds, but also in other investment classes, such as commodities, which include precious metals and energies, cryptocurrencies, and more.

If you are interested in investing in the fund, please contact me here or through CT Capital Ltd.

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Dollar entering a secular bull run

I’ve been in the dollar bear camp for quite some time. It’s not hard for me to admit that, as things stand as of now, my view has been wrong. It’s nothing wrong with that. What would be wrong is staying stubbornly in a position and doubling down despite the facts proving me wrong.

I recently wrote a post FX markets about to get interesting again! where I argue that despite the path currencies may take take, there is one that’s most likely. That is a path of higher volatility. Now I’d like to update you on the topic. In this post let me show that the dollar could be starting a new secular bull run.

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