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Yes, transaction costs are included in each model prospectus. Transaction costs are assumed to be 5$ per stock trade and 50$ per fund trade. Remember these costs can vary depending on your bank or broker.
- Take into account commissions may vary depending on the broker you use
You just need to purchase the model prospectus, open a bank or brokerage account which allows you to trade stocks and/or funds, and allocate the percetange of your capital stablished in the model prospectus. Example: Suppose the prospectus says that 50% of your portfolio should be located in asset A while the remaining 50% should be located in asset B. If you have 10,000$ available to invest, 5,000$ should be used to buy asset A and 5,000$ to buy asset B (50% of 10,000$).
- Remember Invecus strategies are published for research purposes only
Absolutely not. Past performance is NEVER indicative of future results. Financial markets change and portfolios must adapt in order to succeed within a changing environment. If portfolios fail to adapt, performance will disappoint. For this reason we carefully select our investment universe to make sure it´s broad enough to enable adapting to changing environments.
You should check with your bank or broker if your account is elegible to trade funds and ETF’s included in each model
- Make sure you check this information with your bank or broker before you suscribe one of our models
When a model is build, parameters are fixed using in-sample data. So in-sample data is the data used to build the model. Once we have built the model, we introduce fresh data, new data for the model, in order to see if the model performs as it does using in-sample data. If performance using in-sample and out-sample data diverges, this means that the model is overoptimized. This basically means the model has been designed to best fit in-sample data, parameters are not robust and the model underperforms when new data (not take into account previously) is introduced. If the model keeps outperforming out-sample, this indicates the model is robust, which means that perforamcne is not sensible to changes in model parameters and data.
Invecus is not a a financial advisor and therefore it is not registered as one of them. Invecus only makes financial research to develop models. We are not an advisory, we don´t manage third party capital, we do not make an assesment of each customer profile and do not make a personalized investment offer to each individual. We carry out research and publish the results of our research, similar to academic papers researching financial markets.
If one of our models losses money one year (returns calculated from the 1st of January to the 31st of December) we will give back the suscription fee to every single subscriber. Without questions. There is no reason we should get paid for a model that losses money a given year, even if the market underperforms us and we beat the market.
Invecus will not assume any responsibility for either profitable or lossing transactions. Invecus is only limited to research and development. Whatever use given to the models offered in this site will be by the sole risk and account of the individual. None of our models constitute a recommendation to invest in any asset, investment decissions will only be taken by individuals assuming their sole risk.
- Invecus is only limited to research and development.
- Whatever use given to the models offered in this site will be by the sole risk and account of the individual.
- None of our models constitute a recommendation to invest in any asset, investment decissions will only be taken by individuals assuming their sole risk.
A stock represents a share of a given company, by buying a stock you gain exposure to a given company. An ETF stands for an Exchange Traded Fund. When you buy an ETF you are buying a share of a basket of assets (basket of stocks, basket of bonds, basket of futures,etc), you can diversify you risk without buying every single underlying asset. A Mutual Fund is similar to a an ETF, the fund can invest in different assets, so by buying the fund you are gaining exposure to those assets. They normally have different class shares, investment minimums and charge higher fees than ETF’s (Suscription Fee and Management Fee).
Sure, the performance for each model can be verified at any time. Each prospectus also includes a performance history month-to-month and asset-by-asset since inception. We discount inflation from the annual performance as it reduces purchasing power.
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