I've found a strategy that seems to work really well. I've been trading it for the past year with excellent results (about 40% return, 10% max drawdown) and it also works well in all the backtests that I've done. It's a mostly passive strategy, following just a few simple rules, holding 3-4 positions for about 6 months at a time on average. I feel like it would work well for other investors but I'm not sure what form would be best. I thought of starting a mutual fund, but I don't think I have enough capital or the reputation for that. I thought of prop trading, but that seems mostly oriented towards day traders. I thought of doing a 'friends and family' investment advisor account, but I don't know anyone personally that could or would want to invest enough to be worthwhile. Am I missing something obvious? I feel like I have a strategy that crushes any mainstream mutual fund/etf, but there's no way for me to offer it to regular investors.