Product launch date March 15, 2022.
The Master’s Portfolio is a more advanced version of the Associate’s Portfolio. This is a Benjamin Graham derived technology.
Invests in the same companies as Associate’s Portfolio listed in investment history.
All stock portfolio plus added stock options in the same stock.
53-103 week holding period.
December 31st last day to invest for succeeding year’s investments.
Stocks are purchased once, in the 1st half of January.
No PFOF brokerages.
If investment performance isn’t great do I still have to pay fees?
This portfolio has an industry leading hurdle rate of 21%, meaning any gross returns under that amount are not subject to a performance fee.
For example, if $100,000 of Winvest shares are owned and the return for the portfolio is 21%, no performance fee is taken and an investor in the fund now has precisely $121,000 in fund value assuming the 1.5% management fee is paid in full.
What are the fees for this portfolio?
The fees are a 1.5% management fee that covers the investment holding period—even if the period is greater than one calendar year—plus a 21% performance fee of profits generated.
Large investments qualify for a reduced management fee of 1% per holding period.
$47 Redemption fee on the sale of fund interests.
What happens if I’m dissatisfied with my investment experience?
In this case fund members can have their management fee returned to them upon their request.
How much is a minimum investment
A minimum investment for the Master’s Portfolio is $75,000.
Do I qualify to invest in hedge funds?
Qualifying to invest in a hedge fund means being an accredited investor.
Single individuals, for qualification purposes, must have be able to show they have $1 million in net worth, excluding the value of their primary residence. Another way is if an individual has earned $200,000 or more in each of the previous two years.
Married couples qualify by having earned $300,000 or more in each of the most recent two years. Showing $1 million in net worth would also qualify a couple if earnings requirements cannot be met.
A private business or organization qualifies to invest in hedge funds if their assets are equal to or greater than $5 million.
In 2016, the U.S. Congress modified the definition of an accredited investor to include registered brokers and investment advisors. Also, if a person can demonstrate sufficient education or job experience showing their professional knowledge of unregistered securities, they too can qualify to be considered an accredited investor and invest in hedge funds.
When can I redeem my shares?
Winvest has an open redemption policy. On the first day of any month, Winvest interests may be redeemed and withdrawn without fee.