Quadriga Hedge Fund

Discussion in 'Trading' started by Babak, Aug 17, 2002.

  1. Babak


  2. 32.33% average p.a. return in the last 5 years. 19.93% max drawdown. Very good IMO
  3. It is good to know they openly admit using Tech Analysis and Trend-following system. Many other funds , including Peter Lynch, Sorso, claimed they didn't use TA.

    If a prof. fund could get 30% per year, a home trader like me should be very satisifed with such result.:D
  4. def

    def Interactive Brokers

    I've met a couple of the guys on a tour through HK. They are the real deal.
  5. thewilkes


    I worked with a guy who was let go by our old firm and ended up at Quadriga. Top notch chart wiz..if he;s any indication of the firm as a whole, they gotta be pretty good.
  6. Aaron


    One of the Schindler Fund's investors is also a Quadriga investor and he has been very happy with them.

    Quadriga has been in the press lately because they have registered a hedge fund to sell to retail investors in the US. (Most hedge funds are unregistered and, thus, limited to 100 investors.) It takes a lot of time, effort, and money to register a fund.
  7. 0008


    It has less than 10 years records. Is it reliable? LTCM also had 3 profitable years before it crashed.
  8. Babak


    caveat emptor...as always.

    Having said that, I don't think it is fair to compare Quadriga to LTCM. These guys are a very small (relative) fund using VERY different investing tactics and to my knowledge are not using massive (60X) leverage.

    Still, the probability of a blow out is always there.