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Cambridge Capital Joins Apex Cryptocurrency Fund Of Hedge Funds

Cambridge Capital, a hedge fund with a focus on cryptocurrencies, will be joining the Apex Token Fund, the first tokenized fund of funds. The firm's mixture of long- and short-term trading strategies will add profitability and security to Apex, allowing it to achieve consistent returns for its investors.

Cambridge Capital invests in a wide range of ICOs, liquid tokens, and protocols, dividing its investments into long and short categories. Long investments are chosen on the basis of code and team reviews, regulatory concerns, and likelihood of being replaced with existing coins. Meanwhile, short investments are selected based on market analysis. By hedging these two types of investments, the firm is able to safeguard investors' money while still giving them a chance to earn steep profits.

As the first tokenized fund of funds for cryptocurrency ventures, the Apex Token Fund seeks to incorporate as many quality cryptocurrency investment firms and hedge funds as possible. It is particularly partial to firms that have unique strategies, as amassing the returns from multiple different investment methods decreases potential risk while raising profitability. Cambridge Capital's strategy is as unique as it is well-formulated, making the firm a valuable addition to the Apex team.

Cambridge Capital Considered

Cambridge Capital has risen to prominence under the leadership of fund manager Ari Nazir, who served on the US National Economic Council under the Obama Administration. Nazir has overseen the development of the firm's two-pronged investment strategy, which matches short-term investments with tokens that the firm holds over the long haul. Such investments are chosen based on the following criteria:

  • Short Investments- To select tokens that are likely to be profitable in the short run, Cambridge Capital relies on market analysis. The firm evaluates the market for unfulfilled needs and selects cryptocurrency ventures with the potential to fill these needs. This increases the chance that the firm will participate in the next Ether, Bitcoin, or other game-changing token, thereby raising the prospect of exorbitant profits.
  • Long Investments- Cambridge's main criterion for selecting long investments is replaceability. The firm looks for tokens that are unlikely to be replaced with a Protocol coin, Ether, or some other existing digital coin. After limiting its search to such coins, it conducts a code review on all of its products, along with due diligence on its team. Finally, it considers the mechanics of the coin's sale, as well as whether it will create any regulatory or legal issues. Only coins that pass all these tests are considered viable for the long term.

Apex Token Fund places a premium on both safety and profitability. Not only does Cambridge Capital maximize both, but it does so using different specific strategies than the other funds that have joined Atlas. This increases overall security for their investors. The wider a range of strategies that the fund invests in, the more likely it is that at least some of those strategies will prove profitable during even the toughest cryptocurrency markets. As a result, investors will be able to weather difficult periods and earn high and consistent returns for the long haul.