Past Performance is No Guarantee of Future Performance
The below general summary is not a complete list of the risks and other important disclosures involved in investing in HCC and is subject to the more complete and specific disclosures contained in HCC’s respective offering documents before the Funds launch.
- Hedge funds are not appropriate for all investors. Hedge funds can be speculative and may involve a high degree of risk, above and beyond those associated with traditional asset classes. An investor could lose all or a substantial amount of their investment.
- Investors should consider cryptocurrencies as a supplement to an overall investment strategy.
- HCC may use leverage and other speculative investment practices that may increase the risk of investment loss. Hedge funds may have performance that is volatile. HCC may own investments that are illiquid.
- The fund’s fees and expenses may offset the fund’s trading profits.
- The fund manager has total trading authority over the fund. The use of a single advisor applying generally similar trading programs could result in a lack of diversification and, consequently, higher risk.
- Monitoring (i.e., Manager Performance Monitor and Portfolio Performance Monitor) is performed on an ongoing basis.
- HCC may employ a distinctive strategies which may not have a readily ascertainable comparative benchmark or index.
- HCC may have little or no operating history or performance and may use hypothetical or pro forma performance which may not reflect actual trading done by the manager or advisor and such history or performance should be reviewed carefully. Investors should not place undue reliance on pro forma or hypothetical performance.
- HCC and its managers/advisors may be subject to various conflicts of interest.
- HCC and its managers/advisors may rely on the trading expertise and experience of third-party managers or advisors; the identity of which may not be disclosed to investors.