Derivatix Quarterly Report: Mid 2021-Q1 as of Feb. 16th 2021
2021-Q1 Market Summary*:
U.S. equities reversed losses and staged a rally as Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell reaffirmed his view that the economy needs support. Government bond yields climbed along with oil prices.
Energy and industrial companies led gains in the S&P 500 Index, offsetting weakness for tech stocks. Banks advanced, sending an industry gauge to its highest since 2007, and small caps rallied more than 2% after U.S. regulators said Johnson & Johnson’s Covid-19 vaccine is safe and effective. Tesla Inc. gained after Ark Investment Management’s Cathie Wood said she bought shares during this week’s selloff. U.S. 10-year yields touched 1.43%, the highest since February 2020, before paring the increase.
Derivatix Performance Summary: (As of Feb. 16th, 2021)
While we are on track to have one of our best performing years in 2021, here are the performance summary by mid-first quarter 2021:
Mid-first-quarter net profit (after all fees): 4.6% (S&P: 4.9%)
Net profit since inception: 161.4% (S&P: 98.6%)
Average annual net profit since inception: 19.3% (S&P: 13.4%)
Inception: Sep. 1st, 2015