In the fall of 2016, Robin Speziale told me that he wanted to start a hedge fund. I said to him that I'd like to be with him in that project.
When we met, a little bit later in december, we talked about it once again. And Robin told me that he thought that we should start with something easier: an investment club (click on the link for his version of the story).
What is an investment club? You probably haven't heard about it before. And I didn't too.
It's a community of investors that put money together in a fund that is managed without any fees. In other words, Robin and I will work for free for a community that wants to benefit from our investment knowledge. If everything goes out fine, we'll liquidate the club after a year or two and give the money back to every investor (adding plus value, of course, if there's not a market crash). And we'll start something more official where we'll get paid. And we'll get rich because we'll be good. So we'll drive a BMW with heating seats, eventually.
We both have a fascination for the market. Robin has interviewed tens of great investors and has been active on the market for about a decade, such as me. We're both good guys and honest. But we may fuck up. However, along the last 10 years, I haven't a single year where my performance was negative. Always something between 1 and 55% return.
We've learned from the best and made some mistakes that we don't plan to reproduce.
Why should we remain anonymous?
We deserve to be on www.dataroma.com.
Email me: firstname.lastname@example.org