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Only wise decisions in 2014

The art of managing money in 2014 will rely heavily on protecting capital. If 2010-11 were years in which markets stabilized after 2009's strong recovery, 2014 will be a year in which returns are more difficult to manufacture and in which markets will probably be more uncertain.


Protection of capital and risk adversion in 2014 will be a strong theme, as investors return to this simple rule of protecting investment compound returns.


Oak Point is a Swiss Registered Investment Advisor representing institutional fund managers to the European Institutional Investment Community. Currently, Oak Point represents several world class investment managers which have a strong noncorrelation to debt and equity markets and which earn in both sideways and declining markets and which should be considered as excellent replacements for traditional stock, bond, and hedge fund investments. If you are an institutional investor, please contact us via our contact page for further information.


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Client Quotes:

"The average man does not wish to be told that it is a bull or a bear market. What he desires it to be told specifically which particular stock to buy or sell.  He wants to get something for nothing.  He does not wish to work.  He doesn't even wish to have to think."


Jesse Livermore


"The price pattern reminds you that every moment of importance is but a repetition of similar price movements, that just as soon as you can familarize yourself with the actions of the past, you will be able to anticipate and act correctly and profitably unpon forthcoming movements."


Jesse Livermore


"The stockmarket is a semi-psychotic creature given to extremes of elation and despair."– Warren Buffett


Buy on the cannons, sell on the trumpets.” -Old French Proverb

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Recent News
January 2014
Large asset inflows for insurance linked client

Our client in insurance linked investments has doubled firm assets to 1.6 billion dollars currently, with now a five year track annualizing just short of 9.5% since inception, with very low volatility. Fixed income investors are interested: The strategy is very short duration.


Understanding Insurance Linked Investment: Cat Bonds and reinsurance private placements, Correlations, avoiding Japan, and Institutional Quality Returns.
The market for insurance linked products is receiving renewed interest as a non- correlated, relatively stable institutional quality investment market. Oak Point has an leading institutional fund manager in this space, running almost exclusively money for institutional investors and pension funds. The team is some of the most senior executives in the industry, coming out of the largest player in the Reinsurance Market where they ran the securitization business. We are hosting this fund for upcoming for roadshows: please contact us if you would like our short due diligence report on this manager.


Coming soon!



quantitative easing: Meaning higher global rates sometime in the future: Fixed income used to be return without Risk and currently it looks to be Risk without return. How can we as investors avoid interest rate risk and selectively play the credit markets.

Volatility Returns and Option Players


Oak Point will be hosting meetings by a worldclass options fund, with a sophisticated neutral long and short method of extracting value. Returns to this strategy are often correlated with market volatility, offering abnormal returns in a time of market disruptions.


The Return of the Emerging Markets: Debt Positioning:


Oak Point has hosted, and will be hosting some European meetings with one of the very good established investors in Emering markets debt investment. This strategy is an excellent way to play emerging markets, without taking stockmarket risk. Recently, Bloomberg Brief, a publication of Bloomberg, ranked this manager n. 1 for five year annualized preformance in the Emerging Market Category for funds with AUM above 50 million. AUM of this manager is now getting interesting, and approaching 800 million total.