Fundamental Value Fund


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Fundamental Value Fund
Mar 29, 2021, 9:20:00 PM

Although everything is correlated in crypto some things are overlooked. Until they aren't, and the mimetic machine kicks in. From this view I take core positions in assets like $ZEC that may not be popular at the time but have interesting fundamentals. This creates an asymmetric risk reward profile within an asset class where there is no escaping the risk.

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Fundamental Value Fund
Jul 26, 2021, 3:38:36 AM

To those that got in the market this year and are still around, a warm welcome to the most bipolar asset class on the planet, where fortunes are made and lost left and right.

What can you do? Don't get too hyped and don't get too depressed on short term moves, stand steady in this flowing river of money and take what you can. It is a river consisting of 90% bullshit but there is some gold to be found in this open sewer that is the digital goldrush. Do not look back too often, because you will never perfectly time this market, and don't get addicted to charts. There are very few actual trading geniuses out there, just people that chose to be in the right place at the right time. Best of luck.

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Fundamental Value Fund
Jun 13, 2021, 11:15:28 PM

First rebalance in over 2 weeks, as we were sideways. Dropped $USDT as I think we may be turning around here on the daily charts. Will monitor closely for a continued bear.

As expressed before, I don't flip back and forth between bull and bear market outlooks multiple times a day, like some managers on this platform. Most active rebalancing strategies underperform in the long run, as you keep endlessly flipping back and forth in consolidation/slow bleed phases. My strategy is positioning for the longer term swings, mostly in alts that have an asymmetric risk/reward profile, without blindly 'hodling' for the sake of it.

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Fundamental Value Fund
May 19, 2021, 1:00:43 PM

Market sentiment is dominated by fear, uncertainty and doubt currently as exchanges saw an ATH in BTC inflows yesterday. People looking for liquidity that is evaporating as the market sells off more. We are now moving into oversold territory on the 4HR timeframes. Even the 'china bans crypto' story that was prevalent in 2017 has returned. Elon is just self-reinforcing noise. Added some XRP.

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Fundamental Value Fund
May 5, 2021, 6:22:04 PM

I added to $ZEC yesterday as it is looking great. XRP doing well, ATOM is looking like it wants to break out of the consolidation zone in the coming weeks.

If WAN stays behind I may decrease the position a bit to add to winners.

In the interest of full disclosure: I personally think we are entering the later stages of this cycle. Therefore I am slowly reducing my overall crypto exposure.

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Fundamental Value Fund
Apr 27, 2021, 4:41:55 AM

Took some profit on XRP. Market flips very easily here, as we just saw.

I really like the ATOM setup (1W&1D), it was not technically damaged by the recent correction. WAN & ZEC are not done for the year either.

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Fundamental Value Fund
Apr 22, 2021, 10:44:06 PM

Market is moving sideways as expected, but price action is not looking strong. The market may need to find support around 10-15% lower from here. I added some $USDT just to be sure.

$ATOM setup is still valid and in consolidation for 10 weeks now. I think it will eventually spark a massive move like we saw after nov-dec 20.

Ofcourse I try to reduce drawdown but don't want to overtrade this.

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Fundamental Value Fund
Apr 20, 2021, 2:43:06 AM

The April 18 bounce did not pull through and it seems we have a real correction here, initiated by a combination of China mining FUD and a deleveraging event where many large positions got liquidated.

My main concern is whether the weekly trend remains intact. So far, I am convinced this is the case. This would likely mean we see a sideways consolidation play out on the 4H & 1D timeframes.

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