Investing in the stock market is associated with risk just like any other investment. Therefore, it is natural that you as an investor expect to get a more attractive return than by, for example, investing in historically safer bonds or cash deposits in a bank.
It is also natural that you expect a professional day trader to get you a better return than you can create over time, and that you choose the day trader that you believe can create the best return for you, in relation to that risk. you are willing to run. At Pillious, it is short-term investments, where the investment objective is to achieve an attractive short-term return within the established investment markets, which primarily deal with Nasdaq, S & P500, Dow Jones in the USA and a few Nordic markets. The company wants to give investors a competitive return taking into account the absolute risk of the portfolio, which is on a risk scale of 7 out of 7.
Financial law requires us to state that historical returns are no guarantee of future returns. By the way, we completely agree with this. We do not believe that returns over three, six or 12 months say anything at all about whether one trader is better than others. To assess the trader’s abilities, it requires many years of return.
However, many professional asset managers place great emphasis on whether they perform better than the stock market in general in the short term. The consequence is that they compose their portfolios too aggressively, so that they largely reflect the composition of the market index they are measured against.
We do not want to do this. We do not believe that there is any connection between the quality of a company and whether the company’s shares are included in one or the other share index. The problem is that in the long run they cannot keep up with the performance, so you should consider as an investor whether you should instead place yourself in a passive index. The disadvantage of too aggressive portfolio composition and weighting is that you are exposed in the market when it goes down as well, where we in the Pillious Invest company make sure to sell out several times a day to minimize the risk and optimize the final return. Trades made in the company are in large solid securities with plenty of volume to ensure that we do not encounter liquidity risk.
This also means that the portfolio in Pillious Invest A / S differs significantly from the comparable equity indices. This further means that our returns can deviate significantly – both positively and negatively – from the market return.
Some asset managers also choose to put together an aggressive portfolio of several companies that are significantly undervalued or where there is hope for great growth in the future. It can provide high returns, but also higher risk. We do not want this, among other things for the simple reason that the investment team at Pillious Invest A / S is a day trader who analyzes volatility and momentum securities, has put all their private investors just assets in the company.
It is the company’s goal to deliver a better return than a pure equity portfolio without running a major risk. The expected return on investment over the next 5 years is 18% p.a. After 5 years, an expectation of return is called 90%.
The above returns are trades realized with the strategy as described on the page with the momentum factor.
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