What does it mean to become an investor in Numeris Capital?
Numeris Capital Crypto, LP (“Numeris Capital”) handles all aspects of your crypto investment: the trading itself, token custody and storage, market updates and chart analyses, even the tax work and accounting.
All you have to do is write us a check, and we’ll take care of the rest.
What is your trading strategy?
While Numeris Capital generally uses a trend-based strategy (going long in a bull market or short in a bear), we may at times utilize algorithmic trading, options, derivatives, or take advantage of arbitrage opportunities, depending on the circumstances.
What does your portfolio look like?
Numeris utilizes a barbell strategy, with 90+% of the fund invested in Bitcoin, and the remainder in select alternative crypto assets (or other crypto-related opportunities as they may arise).
Is Numeris Capital registered with the SEC?
Yes, you can view our registration here.
Where are you located?
Numeris Capital is proudly based in Austin, Texas. In addition, all our partners (legal, accounting, operations, etc.) are based in the United States, and we only use U.S.-based exchanges and trading desks.
What sort of security precautions do you take?
Our top priority at Numeris Capital is risk management and capital preservation, and we take every possible precaution to ensure the safety and security of your investment, including (but not limited to): cold (offline) hardware wallets for token storage; sharded and redundant backups; exchange IP and withdrawal address whitelisting; biometric authentication for company computers; and hardware-based two-factor authentication for all company accounts.
To receive a full overview of fund security procedures, please contact management here or send us an email at email@example.com.
What are your fees?
Numeris Capital charges two annual fees, a management fee and a performance fee.
A 2% management fee helps pay for fund infrastructure (our client portal, accounting system, tax work, etc.).
Our 20% performance fee is based only on the net gain (profit) for the account – if we don’t make you money, we don’t charge you a performance fee.
Your Numeris Capital investment also comes with a high water mark, meaning in the event of a loss the fund must get your account back above break-even before calculating a performance fee. Again, we don’t make money until you do!
Do you require a lock-up period or charge any exit fees?
While we prefer to take on clients with longer time horizons, Numeris Capital has no lock-up period (you can withdraw your full investment at any time), and we don’t charge any exit fees or penalties for early redemption. Your money is yours whenever you need it.
Do I need to be an accredited investor?
Numeris Capital Crypto, LP can only accept accredited investors at this time, but we may have alternative solutions for non-accredited investors. Please contact management for more information.
What is your minimum investment?
Our minimum investment amount is $25,000.
Can I invest through a retirement account like an IRA or 401k?
Absolutely. Numeris Capital can work with a variety of custodians like Vanguard, Fidelity, Quest, Midland IRA, and The Entrust Group to provide placement in our fund via a variety of retirement accounts. Many of our clients have multiple accounts for both personal and retirement funds.
How will I report this on my taxes?
Don’t worry about it – Numeris does 100% of the tax and accounting work for you.
In addition to quarterly statements and a monthly account summary/Net Asset Value letter, all Numeris investors receive an annual K-1 tax statement to be included with their regular tax return.
Do you take international investors?
We do, although depending on the country we may need additional information to comply with U.S. regulations. Please contact us for more information.
What are my expected returns?
While Numeris Capital can’t guarantee returns, Bitcoin and the crypto markets have a history of exponential growth that shows no signs of stopping. It is not unusual for returns in this market to be measured in multiples (e.g. 10x the initial investment), rather than percentages, and we fully expect that to be the case for the foreseeable future.
You can read our thesis for more information concerning previous market returns and future expectations.