Value Equity
Investment strategy with higher risk and return profile. Suitable for investors with higher risk tolerance. The strategy seeks to outperform the broad US stock market (benchmark is ETF fund SPY

The SPDR S&P 500 ETF (SPY) is an exchange-traded fund (ETF) that tracks the Standard & Poor's 500 (S&P 500) index.

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Current yield for 2021
%
22.0%
Estimated yield
(USD)
13.3%
Optimal investment period
from years
5
The strategy uses machine learning
Investor Memorandum
Base currency
USD
Optimal investment period
from 5 years
Minimum entry threshold
300 000$
Estimated yield
13.3%
Management fee
1-1.5%
Success fee
15%
Investor's profile
The Quantum Capital Fixed Income Plus strategy is suitable for investors, who:
Want to own shares in prominent companies
Seek higher capital gains
Have a higher risk tolerance
Want to hold higher liquidity assets
Comparison of yields
Value Equity strategy (82.69%) and benchmark fund SPY (67.94%). 2021 performance: +21%
The effectiveness of the strategy
February 2020 - December 2021
Accumulated yield for the period
82.69%
Portfolio volatility
25.21%
Strategy Sharpe Ratio
3.02
HYG Fund Sharpe Ratio
3.87
Share of months with positive returns
65%
Maximum portfolio drawdown
-15.9%
Strategy tools
Given the strategy's goal of outperforming the U.S. equity market at comparative risk, the portfolio instruments should be broadly similar in type. The SPY index fund consists entirely of stocks of major U.S. companies.
70%
Shares of U.S. companies
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Shares of U.S. companies
This is the main tool of the strategy. The SPY fund consists of these stocks, but only for the largest companies. To outperform the market, QC is also able to buy shares of smaller companies.
30%
Shares of companies from other countries
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Shares of companies from other countries
This is a secondary tool of strategy. QC looks for investment opportunities everywhere and often international companies are more affordable than U.S. companies.
Additional instruments of the strategy - other instruments: bonds, notes, preferred stocks and currencies. These types of assets are allowed to be purchased in cases where we see a significant earning opportunity or intend to protect the portfolio from any expected risks. It is allowed to use derivative instruments in order to hedge risks.
ETF
ETN
ETC
All of the above instruments are allowed to be purchased both directly and through ETFs, ETNs, ETCs and structured products
Target portfolio structure
Deviations from the target structure are acceptable
Approach to investing
The basic idea is business ownership, not speculation. This strategy is effective in the medium to long term investment horizon.
Stage 1
Selection of companies through rigid filters
  • Portfolio managers have an understanding and, more importantly, an interest in the industry in which the company operates
  • The company has a clear and sustainable competitive advantage
  • The company has been growing sales, profits and cash flow for several years
  • Very competent and honest top management with a history of successful management
Only a small number of organizations pass all of the above filters.
Stage 2
Analysis and evaluation of selected companies

As we review the business, we push back

  • From financial statements, company presentations, and analytics from major banks
  • From independent sources: QC analysts read company product reviews, employee reviews on Glassdoor, Google and Twitter trends, reports and competitor presentations

QC portfolio managers need a deep and comprehensive understanding of the company's operations to acquire a stake in the business.

Stage 3
Formation of the portfolio

A high level of confidence in the analysis allows you to invest a significant proportion of assets in a single company - up to 15% of assets under management. Thorough analysis allows increasing portfolio concentration to achieve attractive returns. If there are unallocated funds, QC purchases ETF units and trusts the market to diversify.

Risk management
The main risks for the strategy
Market and concentration risk. We also consider currency and liquidity risk.
Market risk
The possibility of a decline in the market prices of instruments in the portfolio. This risk arises as a reflection of other risks - financial, operational, currency, political and other. QC intends to reduce the effect of this risk by buying companies at a discount to their valuation.
Concentration risk
Vulnerability of a portfolio to the performance of a single company or sector. If there is only one instrument in an investor's portfolio, he or she is completely dependent on the returns of that security. Multiple instruments, on the other hand, compensate for each other's movements and reduce concentration risk.
Currency risk
The probability that changes in exchange rates will lead to losses. However, it arises only when investing in non-dollar instruments. The Quantum Capital intends to purchase such securities only after careful macroeconomic analysis in order to minimize the currency risk.
Liquidity risk
The degree of difficulty in selling the instruments. The higher this risk, the more difficult it is to sell securities in a short period of time and without a significant decline in price. This risk is controlled by the selection of stocks with active market trading.
How the premium service works
Step 1
Talk about your goals
Fill out an 8-question questionnaire about your attitude toward risk, goals, and investment experience
Fill in the form
Step 2
Define the risk profile
Based on the results of the questionnaire, the manager will determine your risk appetite and type of behavior in financial markets
Step 3
Form a portfolio
We will choose the best strategy based on your goals
Step 4
Help you open an account
Full support at all stages of the process
Open an account
Determine your risk profile in 2 minutes
Answer 8 questions
1 of 9
General Information
2 of 9
Specify your age
3 of 9
What is your experience of investing in the stock market?
4 of 9
Your knowledge of investment instruments
5 of 9
Your horizon for investing in securities
6 of 9
You plan to invest your next share of free cash in securities?
7 of 9
What associations do the word "risk" have with you?
8 of 9
When investing, your first preference will be
9 of 9
Let's simulate a possible market situation. During the correction period, the value of your assets has declined by 10% and your $100,000 investment is valued at $90,000. Your actions:
Investor risk profile
Conservative
An investor with such a risk profile is not ready for portfolio drawdowns of more than 5–10%. Your main focus is to preserve capital and protect it from inflation. The main asset class for investment in this case is bonds, bond funds and money market funds. For a conservative investor, the Quantum Capital Fixed Income Plus strategy will suit his goals.
This questionnaire is not a questionnaire for accurately determining the investment profile of a client that meets all the requirements and rules for carrying out securities management activities. To understand your risk appetite, send the questionnaire to the manager for a detailed consultation. He will determine your type of behavior in the financial markets and select the appropriate investment strategy.
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Fixed Income Plus
Yield for 2021
6,82%
Estimated return
8,1%
Optimal investment period
from 2 years
Investor risk profile
Moderate
With a moderate attitude to risk, the investor is ready for temporary drops in the value of the portfolio by 15-20%. Your main focus: the balance between increasing capital and maintaining it. Therefore, the combinations of asset classes are more balanced here: the investment portfolio includes both stocks and bonds. For a moderate investor, the Quantum Capital Value Equity strategy is suitable.
This questionnaire is not a questionnaire for accurately determining the investment profile of a client that meets all the requirements and rules for carrying out securities management activities. To understand your risk appetite, send the questionnaire to the manager for a detailed consultation. He will determine your type of behavior in the financial markets and select the appropriate investment strategy.
Send the questionnaire to the manager
Value Equity
Yield for 2021
22,0%
Estimated return
13,3%
Optimal investment period
from 5 years
Investor risk profile
Aggressive
An investor with an aggressive risk profile is ready to withstand serious market drops during a crisis (up to 50%). Your primary focus: on maximizing the value of capital. As a rule, such an investor holds most of the portfolio in stocks. For an aggressive investor, the Quantum Capital Value Equity strategy is suitable, where 70% of the portfolio is stocks of American companies.
This questionnaire is not a questionnaire for accurately determining the investment profile of a client that meets all the requirements and rules for carrying out securities management activities. To understand your risk appetite, send the questionnaire to the manager for a detailed consultation. He will determine your type of behavior in the financial markets and select the appropriate investment strategy.
Send the questionnaire to the manager
Value Equity
Yield for 2021
22,0%
Estimated return
13,3%
Optimal investment period
от 5 лет