Friday, 27. March 2020, Online, Introduction to Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency Investment Strategies
About this Event
Protos Asset Management invests and trades established tokens like bitcoin using advanced quantitative strategies. It’s founders have 13 years combined experience investing in crypto, have managed funds/proprietary investments of over $1B, have founded and sold 3 tech startups for proceeds of 400M and 1 investment bank at a valuation of $250 million +.
In this seminar, we will take you through our standard investment principles and regularly invite guests with other investment strategies in the blockchain and cryptocurrency space.
The idea behind investment strategies is backed by solid academic research, aiming at above-average risk-adjusted returns and explaining market returns. We will walk you through, how you can apply these investment styles in your portfolio with hands-on examples.
For example, the graph below shows the performance of the cryptocurrency market since the first day of trading at Protos on 12/15/2017 until 3/17/2020 as well as the performance of the different investment styles like momentum and small cap. We also show the performance of Bitcoin for comparison. Only momentum investing has made money since inception, while all other investment styles have lost money.
The information in this course is not intended to enable investors to track cryptocurrencies. It is not intended as and does not constitute investment advice, financial advice or trading advice or an offer to sell cryptocurrencies or securities to any person or a solicitation of any person of any offer to purchase any cryptocurrencies or securities. The information should not be construed as any endorsement, recommendation or sponsorship of any cryptocurrencies by Protos Asset Management GmbH or any affiliate. There are inherent risks in relying on, using or retrieving any information found in this course, and Protos Asset Management GmbH urges you to make sure you understand these risks before relying on, using or retrieving any information. You should evaluate the information made available, and you should seek the advice of professionals, as appropriate, to evaluate any opinion, advice, product, service or other information.