If you do not have the time, patience, or knowledge to squeeze gains from the market, AQA SURE FUND is urging potential investors to explore a new fund being launched this month that targets an annual return of 20 to 30 per cent.

Trading exclusively in Euro versus the US Dollar, the team at AQA SURE FUND is concentrating all its skillset on the asset it knows best.

“It’s all about attention. In a world of distractions, it is easy to dissipate focus and know a little about a lot of things. To extract maximum returns, you must deeply familiarise yourself with how the ‘fish behave in your pond’,” says Rodrigo Nascimbeni, the Fund’s Portfolio Manager.

The concept behind the AQA SURE FUND is to bring to the open market an investment product backed by an actively managed strategy. High yielding products such as this are normally available only to investment sizes of millions of Euros. But the AQA SURE FUND is poised to change this landscape with a minimum investment of just €1,000.

Authorised and regulated by the Malta Financial Services Authority, the AQA SURE FUND is operated from Malta, ring-fenced by traditional institutions such as Swissquote (custodian), Calamatta Cuschieri (administrator) and Deloitte (auditor).

Following its launch, the fund will be rolled out across the EU and other countries around the world.

The Fund has daily liquidity, which means that performance is published and investors can invest/exit every day.

The AQA SURE FUND is available for investments through the Moneybase app and website.


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