The Fund's disciplined investment strategy to determine which forex currencies may rise, and which may fall, is a blend of fundamental analysis, technical analysis, and market intelligence.
Fundamental Analysis. Management looks at interest rates, economic growth, employment, inflation, and political risk as factors that can affect supply and demand for currencies.
Technical Analysis. Price charts may tell a specific story, and Polaris may depend on them in making trading decisions. Charts can point out trends and important price points where the Fund can enter or exit the market.
Money Management. Money management is essential part of the Fund's trading. We seek to know how to measure potential risks and rewards and use this to judge entries, exits, and trade size.
The Fund's investment philosophy does not seek
to predict the future. The
Fund may also use ETFs
to seek to achieve a
low volatility strategy.
The Fund uses market intelligence, proprietary pattern recognition, neural networks, trend analysis, among other methods.
Management seeks to diversify risk by using multiple time horizons.
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