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Steady Capture

Guide on how to invest with Steady Capture Strategy for Australian Clients

Steady Capture Strategy Statistics

32.04%

Total Gross Growth Since Inception

April 2015

Strategy Inception Date

16.56%

Compounded Annual Growth Rate

11.01%

Maximum Historic Drawdown

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Rippa! You’ve made a bloody good choice by investing with Steady Capture.

As an Aussie, you’re bound by ASIC regulation and will need to join a managed account with our regulated sister company - Think Huge Investments. With our head office in Sydney, we have developed a compliant structure to support the hundreds of other Australians who have invested millions of dollars with Steady Capture since our inception in 2012. Most of our investors are just like you, the only difference being that they’re actively building wealth for themselves and their families by investing with Steady Capture and changing their lives for the better.

So what's a managed account?

By participating in the managed account you are effectively allocating capital to Steady Capture to trade on your behalf. We then split the profits generated on a 30/70 basis (you keep 70%). There are no entry or exit fees and the funds remain in your name at our regulated executing broker, AxiTrader.

How much does it cost?

We only charge a 30% performance fee on a highwatermark basis. There is no management fee, broker markup, entry or exit fee. You are only charged a fee if you actually make money. The high watermark calculation creates a scenario where you are charged a performance fee once your balance has exceeded the previous highest point. For example:

Date1st of Jan1st of Feb1st of Mar1st of Apr
Net Asset Value (NAV)$100,000$110,000$105,000$117,000
Profit / Loss-$10,000-$2,000$12,000
Performance Fee-$3,000-$3,000
NAV After Performance Fee$100,000$107,000$105,000$114,000
High-water Mark$100,000$107,000$107,000$114,000

The above example uses the accounts equity amount, not the balance.

How does it work?

Once you've made the decision to invest in the managed account all you need to do is fill out the relevant application forms, sign a limited power of attorney (LPOA) allowing us to trade on your behalf and fund your account. You will then receive a daily statement via email with details on your accounts trading activity.

Sound good?

Here’s how do you get started:

AxiTrader MAM

We offer managed accounts at AxiTrader through our ASIC regulated sister company Think Huge Investments Pty Ltd.

  • Brokerage fee: $3.75 per lot round turn (this is the unavoidable charge placed on us by the broker for executing your trade in the market)
  • Performance fee: 30% on a high watermark basis
  • Denomination options: AUD, USD, GBP
  • Minimum investment: $10,000
Think Huge Investments MAM

Due to Think Huge Investments being regulated by the Australian Securities and Investment Commission (ASIC) to provide managed discretionary accounts, the application process is a fairly detailed to ensure that all investors are aware of the potential risks involved. It shouldn't take more than 10 minutes to complete and can all be done online.

  1. Start your application process by clicking here, and selecting the associated denomination at the bottom of the page, then click "proceed".
  2. Once the application form is complete you will be emailed confirmation and asked to complete a questionnaire to determine your suitability. Rest assured all information given is secure, it's designed to ensure clients have a basic understanding of forex/derivatives and that they fit the profile of an "aggressive" investor.
  3. Once the questionnaire is complete we send the information to our external compliance team (HLK Group Pty Ltd) for processing.
  4. An AxiTrader account opening link is then emailed to you that includes an online LPOA for you to complete.
  5. Once you're approved and your account funded all you need to do is sign the Authority to Proceed and you'll be connected and start receiving trades. The entire process normally only takes 24hrs to complete.
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