Marc Wilhelms

Fact, for a few hours, using a maximum static stop by 0.5% of the depot. Position size provisions then align themselves to this static maximum stop and be chosen so that we leave our positions to ninety percent of technical exit signals (which can be triggered due to the top-down approach through the overall market or the industry). Chili assets: there is market phases, in which your system works particularly well? Which market phases be more difficult? Marc Wilhelms: There are generally no market phase in our approach should fail. He is rather dependent on the right”to have expectations with regard to the General market development and in assessing the selected entrepreneur. However, one can assume that the advantage of a low volatility of trading profit even more emerges in times of large general market volatility.

Also is due to have the “Possibility of active short walking” in falling markets an index comparison very positive for our system failed, while we assume in extremely strong uptrend markets much more difficult to win an index comparison. It is in this overall context but especially to emphasize that our commercial approach explicitly no index wants to beat, but an absolute return”approach represents; so an approach independent of the general development of the equity markets! Chili assets: for which investors ‘ equity long / short suitable? “Marc Wilhelms: generally this stock management for each investor is suitable, one absolute return” approach, so a completely independent to the development of a stock market index such as the DAX trading approach, looking for his portfolio. An investor should be in particular also in the clear, what such an approach means that generally a real independence from a total market development in the positive as well as negative Case. “” The approach is alone depending on the right”decisions of the Manager with regard to the development of individual markets and individual stocks and generated just no automatic” gains in increasing and no automatic “losses in falling markets.