Steven Zoernack, an ex Bear Stearns Vet, recently launched the Socially Responsible (SRI) Bullion Fund that will invest some of the firm's profits into African nations. Steven Zoernack’s flagship offering launched on March 1, 2010 and is unique in that the Alternative Investment and Goodwill Fund will reinvest some of its own profits into African Nations’ economies where needed most. "Rather than relying on the World Bank for additional debt", says Steven Zoernack, Portfolio Manager and Managing Partner, "The Bullion Fund helps give citizens of Emerging Nations the confidence to reinvest in their own economy by helping to open up their markets to free trade and encouraging Foreign Capital."
Other Strategies deployed by The Bullion Fund include Global Macro, Statistical Arbitrage, and some Directional equities and futures. The Bullion Fund's Global Macro strategy looks at the world as a whole, including global politics, interest rates, currency swings, international stock markets, and physical commodity prices when making investment decisions. According to Steven Zoernack, "We use a top down global approach and we invest in any market using any instrument to participate in expected price movements." These movements may result from forecasted shifts in world economies, political fortunes, or global supply and demand for resources, both physical and financial. This style of investing typically leads to some of the bigger single investment gains.
When Steven Zoernack and The Bullion Fund deploy their Statistical Arbitrage Strategy, the firm uses a heavily quantitative and computational approach to trading by utilizing a variety of automated trading systems which commonly make use of data mining, statistical methods and artificial intelligence techniques. A popular strategy is pairs trading, in
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