Letâs say I wrote an algorithm that backtested, papertradeded and is livetrading with consistent results that are all in line with each other. I would want to capitalize on this while it lasts. I have done research and come up with the following options to move forward in order of difficulty, reward and start up costs. 1. Trade my own account. 2. Trade 5 or less personal accounts of individuals I know with a simple contract to specifying fees, conditions, ect. 3. Get an audit performed and find a fund who is interested in hiring a (possibly additional) manager. 4. Create my own fund to manage. What is the sentiment about these options? Is starting an undercapitalized fund the wrong way to reach that ultimate goal? Does managing someone elseâs fund turn over to much of my control and return? Are there to many risks involved with managing individual accounts? Are there other options which I overlooked? Do you have good or bad experience with any of the above?