Now, let’s talk in numbers: Derivatix lost 1.1% in May and gained 2.4% in June and as such ended the second quarter of 2018 at 2.8% net profit- just behind S&P 500 with 3.1% growth. Even though, Derivatix didn’t beat the market during this quarter, on a larger scale, it is stands at 3 times larger net profit compare to S&P 500 for the entire 2018 year to date. The fund has made 5.2% net gain after all fees in the first half of 2018 while S&P 500 grew only 1.7%.
Looking at a bigger picture since inception, Derivatix has made about 84% net profit while an investment on S&P 500 would result in 37% gain at the same time. Long story short, the fund is structured to be the winner in the long run and won’t mind not beating the market in a quarter or two. That’s our strategy plan to achieve long-term gains and increase stability.