From April 2016 till April 2017, Equitimax provided its trading strategies to a FCA regulated licensed managed discretionary account provider called Stargate Capital Management Limited. Investors could access the Equitimax trading strategies via 4X Asset Management Limited. 4X Asset Management Limited was an Appointed Representative of Stargate Capital Management Limited which were authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FRN: 191763).
The strategies offered to Stargate Capital Management were called Equitimax Castle and Equitimax Oyster. Investors were able to deploy both strategies onto their account at the same time.
The strategies achieved a combined cumulative gross profit of 73.13%. The graphs and table below shows the combined performance of both these strategies over the time period they were offered to Stargate Capital Management.
In 2016 Equitimax were awarded “Best Trading Strategy Provider in the UK” in the Global Financial Market Review Awards due to delivering trading strategies that put the investor first, factors considered included the risk management processes in place as well as the performance of the strategies. Find out more about the award here.
In 2015 Equitimax offered a managed trading service through a compliant and regulated structure in Australia through Equitimax Capital PTY Limited. Equitimax acted as an Authorised Representative of Synergy Financial Markets Pty Ltd AFSL 403863 under the Authorised Representative number 001000090. To view the Australian authorised representative documentation click here
During this time Equitimax Tiger was offered to investors. Equitimax Tiger achieved a cumulative gross profit of 91.38%. Equitimax stopped offering this trading strategy in May 2015 when an award winning funds management company (Synergy Financial Markets PTY Limited) took it over. Check out the performance of this strategy below.
*All figures on this web-page are ‘gross’, which means the figures do not take into consideration any performance fees charged at high watermark level or the compounding impact of an account balance.