An investor or a trader who invests in crypto markets is exposed to volatility and is always at risk to lose his invested capital. To save the investor or traders capital and to provide the opportunity to move against volatility in the cryptocurrency markets without incurring the frictional costs of converting their holdings into fiat, TradeWinds Partners and Foster Estate have teamed up to launch a new crypto fund.
Firm working with investors and miners to pick up high-value projects
TradeWinds Financials is an investment group offering investors exposure to cryptocurrencies. With cutting-edge technology and experiences that cut across decades, the company manages the wealth of their members. TradeWinds Financials also employs a global multi-strategy investment approach, engaging in a broad array of trading and investing strategies across a wide group of crypto experts.
With respect to the fund, the company’s website offers a brief synopsis of how the fund would operate. Investors who are interested in this fund can transfer Ethereum (ETH) or Bitcoin (BTC) to purchase the investment plan. The firm is currently providing five plans – three premium and two VIP – and the investment period ranges from a month to six months. However, it is interesting to note that the firm is claiming an ROI of 40 percent to 80 percent for 3 to 6 months of investment even in this dull crypto market.
TradeWinds plans to invest in real estate assets through their work with top advisers and legal firms. Investment diversity is important so TradeWinds utilizes partnerships with expert traders and miners to diversify investors funds into heavy-capital projects. Investors with TradeWinds will see stability and security through an asset-backed investment.
Grigori Moyen, COO and investment manager at TradeWinds Financials was quoted saying
“We are happy to announce this recent partnership, which will help more people invest as the wealthy do,” “Online trading is a coveted investment asset that has been used by high net worth individuals for decades. As a result of this partnership, now more people will be able to invest through our retail investment plans.”
Since the market has plummeted, investment funds are gained popularity in the industry. A recent study by Thomson Reuters showed that 20 % of 400 finance firms surveyed are considering getting into cryptocurrency trading within the next 12 months.
A lot of firms have already entered the investment fund space. In August, Australian cryptocurrency exchange CoinJar launched an investment fund targeting wholesale investors. Also in mid-2018, the United States leading crypto exchange Coinbase also launched a crypto index fund targeting accredited US investors.
Looks like investment funds is a way a lot of companies are expecting institutional money to flow into cryptos. If this instrument works well, the importance of Bitcoin ETF may reduce and institutions may find a way to enter cryptos.
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