FTC's systematic equity strategy with active risk management strives to participate in the growth of global stock markets and simultaneously reducing the risk of major drawdowns. FTC Gideon I invests in individual value stocks and equity index futures. The combination ensures broad diversification and offers a very flexible and dynamic management of market exposure.
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(1) Past performance is no reliable indicator for future results. Performance data was calculated according to the OeKB Method considering all fees within the fund but no individual transaction costs of the investor, front end load (4% max.) or deposit fees. Unless otherwise stated, data refer to the retail class "T". The fund was launched on January 16, 2006.
The FTC Gideon I may invest a significant share of its assets in derivative instruments (including other OTC derivatives) within the meaning of section 73 of the InvFG 2011 as well as in demand deposits or callable deposits with a maximum term of 12 months.
Value strategies have become popular above all through star investor Warren Buffett. The long-term performance advantage of value stocks over growth stocks is mainly due to the fact that most market participants are expecting current profit growth rates to continue, being too optimistic about the future, while tending to underestimate the intrinsic value of companies. As a result, value stocks can often be bought below their fair value. The higher intrinsic value compared to the market value of a value company also offers some protection against exaggerated price erosion in times of crisis.
The fund regularly selects and invests in the 100 value stocks with the strongest momentum out of a universe of around 2000 individual stocks which are all constituents of major benchmark indices. Depending on the market situation and according to active risk management, between 50 and 100 percent of the fund assets are typically invested in the value strategy.
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Authorisation for public distribution:
FTC Gideon I (AT0000499785): Austria, Germany
FTC Futures Fund Classic (LU0082076828): Austria, Luxembourg; in particular public distribution is not allowed in Germany or Switzerland
Information for the USA:
Investment products and information mentioned on the following pages are not intended for distribution in the US.
Therefore, they do not apply to US residents according to Rule 902, Regulation S, Securities Act 1933 (in particular American citizens or persons permanently
resident in the US).
Information for Germany:
Investment product FTC Futures Fund Classic and information mentioned on the following pages in regard thereof are not intended for public distribution in Germany. In this respect the website does not address to citizens of Germany.
Information for Switzerland:
Investment products and information mentioned on the following pages in regard to FTC Futures Fund Classic and FTC Gideon I are not intended for public distribution in Switzerland. In this respect the website does not address to citizens of Switzerland.
Every investment involves risks. Fund prices may rise or fall. Performance data refer to the past.
Past performance is no reliable indicator for future results.
In particular, capital preservation cannot be
Investments in foreign currencies are subject to exchange rate fluctuations and currency risks, which means that the performance of such investments also depends on the volatility of the foreign currency, which can have a negative influence on the capital invested.
Futures Funds: Investments in futures funds can be very profitable, but they can also involve considerable risks that do not, or at least not to the same extent, occur with traditional investment categories and which can lead to a considerable loss, or at worst, the total loss of the investment. Therefore, investors must be prepared and able to accept a complete loss. When purchasing shares in futures funds, a longer-term holding period should be intended with the primary purpose of adding such funds to an existing diversified portfolio.
For FTC Futures Fund Classic and FTC Gideon I this website contains further legal and risk information by using the link “legal remarks” within the respective product menu.