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Roboadviser Launches with Zero Annual Management Fees for HNWI's


Road Town, BVI -- (SBWIRE) -- 02/07/2018 -- Hudson James Investment Management launches, a wealth management service for High Net Worth Individuals.

The Money Pouch charge zero annual management fees for all accounts investing over $250,000.

Smaller accounts are still available with a low annual management charge of 0.04% per month. The Money Pouch is hoping to attract quality investors with a low annual management fee, instead aligning their interests with clients with their performance fee.

The Money Pouch uses algorithms which work on sophisticated momentum strategies to invest in the best and safest ETFs in USD. The investment portfolio is rebalanced approximately once per month, but has human management oversight to step in if stock markets start to head south.

What makes this roboadviser different is that it can choose from a wider range of ETFs than most roboadvisors. Most of the major investment houses must invest only in their own ETF fund ranges. This may hamper performance.

The Money Pouch can invest in ETFs from any fund house listed on the major stock exchanges. This gives it the unique advantage of not being tied down to investing in its own products, making it more independent in its investment selection.

Hudson James Investment Management has employed a team which has built over 400 automated trading systems already for some of the largest financial institutions around the world using algorithmic trading and machine learning. We are also working on Artificial Intelligence strategies.

The Money Pouch targets higher returns than most roboadvisers using low leverage. The company has been testing its strategies with its own monies before rolling it out to clients. All three strategies: the conservative, balanced and adventurous strategies have had consecutive positive months for the last nine months.

The back-tested ETF solutions and the live results can be seen on website. All of the strategies have the ability to hold equities, gold or treasury ETFs. It may hold a mix of all of these or be more concentrated depending on what the algorithms select each month. The strategies can also go to cash in the event of a prolonged market downturn.

The Money Pouch's three ETF strategies have beaten the typical 60% equity 40% bond mix of a typical ETF retirement portfolio since launch.

The Money Pouch specializes in actively managed ETF strategies. Hudson James is an asset manager for the Money Pouch holding Separately Managed Accounts (SMA's). Separately managed accounts offer the individual investor complete transparency, flexibility and protection through segregated accounts.

Clients' assets are ring-fenced and protected by a deposit insurance scheme. The minimum investment is only $10,000. This lowers the entry barriers to a wider, global audience of investors.

The Money Pouch uses a computer algorithm to take the emotion out of investing. The computer program ranks ETF's based on a number of technical indicators and then selects the best ETF's to hold for the subsequent month. In this way it reduces risk and improves returns for clients. These actively rebalanced ETF strategies seek to make positive returns in rising, falling and range bound markets.

The Money Pouch team has also tested the 2000 Dot-com Crash and the 2008 Global Financial Crisis to further improve security and returns of each strategy. Fees are only 0.04% per month and drops to 0% for accounts over $250,000.

The investment portfolios are Separately Managed Accounts (SMA's), so can be cashed in at any time, giving more flexibility that the typical hedge fund which usually has high investment minimums or high exit fees or take a long time to cash in.

A spokesperson for the company stated, "We are trying to make investing a more simple and profitable process for the modern worker".

To find out more about The Money Pouch investment strategies please visit

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About The Money Pouch
Hudson James Investment Management use Separately Managed Accounts (SMA's) to look after clients' monies via website. Most managed accounts require an initial investment of over $1,000,000, whereas you can open The Money Pouch account with only $10,000. Accounts are protected by deposit insurance for up to $500,000 with the Security Investor Protection Corporation (SIPC) with an additional $30m provided by Lloyds of London.
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