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About 361 Capital
Our firm philosophy begins with our belief that alternative investments should have a place in most investment portfolios. Alternative investments can add significant value to a portfolio particularly in volatile markets. Today, institutions are widely using alternatives in their portfolios, with allocations in excess of 50 percent in some cases.* Going forward, our belief is that alternatives will play a greater role in all investment portfolios as investors and their advisors become more educated on how to best use them and understand the power of uncorrelated investment returns.
361 Capital’s mission is to create alternative investment vehicles that provide weekly liquidity or better and educate our clients how to best use them in portfolios. Liquidity is of paramount importance in today’s world of alternative investing. That is why we manage mutual funds and separately managed accounts (SMAs) that provide daily liquidity. In addition, our hedge funds provide weekly liquidity, with limited restrictions.
361 Capital believes that a successful investment process is one that is disciplined and repeatable over a long period of time. This is best accomplished by combining bright minds with the power of technology and quantitative analysis. The typical investment process includes sourcing investment ideas, analyzing the results, constructing a portfolio, and then providing ongoing monitoring and portfolio maintenance. These are all important steps but commonplace and not differentiating. We have learned this though interviewing hedge fund managers over many years looking for those that have a unique edge.
The unique edge of our investment process begins with the proprietary quantitative algorithms we have built that support all of our investment analysis. It makes sense that technology used appropriately can identify anomalies that can be exploited in the creating and managing of investment portfolios. Lastly, we use our risk models to discover the best fit for investments within a portfolio that provide the desired risk/return outcome. Portfolios with overlap can create an unexpected and unfavorable outcome.