This page was for fun only – this was a paper (not real) fund for entertainment and experimental purposes only. “Paper funds” are often used by beginning traders to test market theories – they do not exist to protect against loss. If you are a real hedge fund, we may be able to consult with you directly at a price. Recent changes to this are below.
A paper, play, and (or) theoretical index or hedge fund is not a real fund, but is one used on paper or theory for experimental and entertainment purposes, like testing a theory or playing a performance game against oneself.
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For fun, many traders will compare their moves to mainstream market indexes (MMI). This was just an entertaining benchmark.
The following was a play hedge fund for entertainment purposes only to see if we could beat the S&P 500 and some other baseline investments using a “paper” (or play) portfolio of crypto-tokens. We had added a 30 day minimum update delay before posting a move due to plagiarism prevention, though it may be much longer. In addition, to reward regular readers of this page, we may reveal a token in the private list for a day or two, then hide it again. This was just a reward for regular readers of this page. Details on our views about various crypto-tokens can be found:
DASH: Long. Realized 5%.
Private x 17
AMP: Short. Return 151%. Long. Sold Some.
BBR: Long. Sold Some.
BTC: Long. Sold Some.
DASH: Long. Unrealized.
ETC: Long. Sold Some.
REP: Long. Sold Some.
STEEM: Short x 2. Return 1,412%.
UNITY: Long. Sold Some.
XMR: Long. Sold Some.
ZEC: Short x 5. Return 12,210%.
Private x 12
Due to workload, this page is no longer updated. If you would like to see updates here, you can contribute to FinTekNeeks and we may begin updating it again or if you are a hedge fund or a large investor in a positive jurisdiction toward crypto-tokens, you can get in touch with us directly.