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Apex Token Fund enters partnership to hedge against large scale macro-economic risks

Monday, April 02, 2018

Komfie Manalo, Opalesque Asia:

The first cryptocurrency investment fund of funds Apex Token Fund has partnered with Brad Chun and Neil Fillary of Shuttle Fund in recognition of the duo's development of a digital asset investment strategy that prepares for the worst possible economic scenarios, making them valuable contributors to a fund of funds focused on diversification.

In a press statement, Apex Token took note that as senior officials at Shuttle Fund, Chun and Fillary have hedged their money against the most serious macro-economic dangers.

"They identified flaws in the way that investors currently price these risks, and refined their strategy so that they would not fall victim to such flaws themselves. In this way, they used cryptocurrencies to prepare themselves for a financial meltdown or other economic catastrophe," Apex said.

It added that any investor with a strategy for surviving financial meltdowns is a valuable addition to a platform like Apex. The revolutionary cryptocurrency fund of funds seeks to invest in a broad array of companies that buy different assets and use unique strategies for investing in them.

"The goal is to amass a pool of investments that will remain profitable in virtually any market, limiting the risk to investors. Chun and Fillary will ......................

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