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Marcus Eder

IT-consultant

  • Aug 05, 2001
Funds
(CIAF) Crossy's Industry Analysis Fund
MODEL INCEPTION (08/05/2001) AVG. ANNUAL RETURN S&P TOTAL RETURN Actions
16+ YRS 14.83% 7.38% View Fund Stats Track Fund
RETURN PERIOD (As Of: 03/31/2018) AVG. ANNUAL RETURN S&P TOTAL RETURN ACHIEVEMENTS
10 YRS 11.91% 7.24% Beat the 75th percentile of mutual funds over 10 years.  
5 YRS 14.65% 16.37% Beat the 75th percentile of mutual funds over 5 years.  
3 YRS -0.73% 11.16% Fund has a 3 year track record.  
1 YR 19.83% 15.43% Beat the 50th percentile of mutual funds over 1 year.  
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(CDSF) Crossys diversified Service Fund
MODEL INCEPTION (06/06/2004) AVG. ANNUAL RETURN S&P TOTAL RETURN Actions
13+ YRS 12.82% 8.54% View Fund Stats Track Fund
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(CEOF) Crossy's Energy Opportunity Fund
MODEL INCEPTION (09/04/2001) AVG. ANNUAL RETURN S&P TOTAL RETURN Actions
16+ YRS 7.34% 7.97% View Fund Stats Track Fund
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(CFSF) Crossy Financial Services Fund
MODEL INCEPTION (06/14/2003) AVG. ANNUAL RETURN S&P TOTAL RETURN Actions
14+ YRS 10.24% 9.23% View Fund Stats Track Fund
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(CLVF) Crossy's Lifesciences Value Fund
MODEL INCEPTION (01/24/2003) AVG. ANNUAL RETURN S&P TOTAL RETURN Actions
15+ YRS 16.38% 9.98% View Fund Stats Track Fund
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(CSWF) Crossy Software Fund
MODEL INCEPTION (05/12/2003) AVG. ANNUAL RETURN S&P TOTAL RETURN Actions
14+ YRS 16.14% 9.27% View Fund Stats Track Fund
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(CTCF) Crossy's Telecom Fund
MODEL INCEPTION (01/16/2004) AVG. ANNUAL RETURN S&P TOTAL RETURN Actions
14+ YRS 9.94% 8.42% View Fund Stats Track Fund
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(CTXF) Crossy Technology Fund
MODEL INCEPTION (04/01/2003) AVG. ANNUAL RETURN S&P TOTAL RETURN Actions
15+ YRS 14.25% 9.57% View Fund Stats Track Fund
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(CWBF) Crossy's Wellbeing Fund
MODEL INCEPTION (08/20/2003) AVG. ANNUAL RETURN S&P TOTAL RETURN Actions
14+ YRS 14.69% 9.08% View Fund Stats Track Fund
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Achievements
  • CLVF Beat the top performing mutual fund over 10 years.
    Mar 31, 2018
  • CIAF Beat the 75th percentile of mutual funds over 5 years.
    Mar 31, 2018
  • CDSF Beat the 75th percentile of mutual funds over 3 years.
    Mar 31, 2018
  • CDSF Beat the 75th percentile of mutual funds over 1 year.
    Mar 31, 2018

Crossy's Energy Opportunity Fund

CEOF | Fund Positions by Styles
Color Name Allocation Today
Unclassified Market Cap : Unclassified Style 45.17% 2.89%
Micro Cap : Value 17.62% 2.95%
Small Cap : Value 14.02% 3.51%
Micro Cap : Blend 10.46% 1.37%
Mid Cap : Growth 6.84% 3.82%
Mid Cap : Value 5.55% 4.71%
Small Cap : Blend 0.18% -0.38%
Micro Cap : Growth 0.15% 1.32%
Large Cap : Growth 0.01% 5.00%
Large Cap : Blend 0.00% 2.29%
Mid Cap : Blend 0.00% 4.87%
Small Cap : Growth 0.00% 1.69%
Large Cap : Value 0.00% 4.34%
CEOF | Price History
CEOF | Fund Information

The information below pertains to model data only.

Fund Manager: Total Model Net Assets:
Marcus Eder $3,248,736.42
Inception: Ticker Symbol: # of Securities:
September 04, 2001 CEOF 59
Description:

CEOF - Energy Opportunity Fund Objective : Baiscally growth with an emphasis on undervalued companies in oil&gas and other energy and natural resources related industries. Absurd valuation differentials between domestic and international oil companies are actively pursused among other approaches. At present (Jan 2004) International oils look like having significant catch-up potential. More remote locations, like Kazakhstan, Indonesia, NorthAfrica etc. may offer unprecedented returns and will be the short to midterm fund focus. The fund follows a top down approach (Macro & microeconomic) that necessitates emphasis on trends which I try to anticipate. Some backgrounders: Refinery margins (and midstream and downstream company attractivity) are a functions of economic activity and thus highly correlated to GDP growth - the attractivity of this segment should experience the same drivers. On oil&gas exploration investments, near term (end of 2001, into 2002) the fund will emphasize oil exploration over gas (gas "bubble" connected to industrial activity in heavy demand sectors, towards end of 2001 oil does look more stable), long term the trend is clearly NatGas, especially since more and more power generation facilities are using it as feedstock Fund "Compass" : Diversified within the topic of "Oil&Gas", may invest in smallcaps so volatility may be higher. Fund does NOT invest in the leading firm(s) of a given sub-segment (in order to avoid paying the associated premium). Looking for "Value" in secondary, catch-up plays that appear to have either good chance at spectacular growth or a turnaround potential. Buy selections: Intra Industry comparisons on favourable sub-segments (subject to change). Valuation criteriae either quantitative (historical ratios) - intra industry or future value oriented (market potential) due to underlying company strategy (qualitative). Fund invests in special situations also that promise extraordinary, mostly short term profit (recapitalizations, post Chapter11, strategic changes etc..). Sell selection : portfolio companies that reach valuation of industry leaders, takeover by market leaders etc.. Typical related sectors (sort of a menu of choices to select from): - General Natural Resources related stocks - Integrated Oil / Gas - Gas Utility (like TRP in Canada - tyspically owns a kind of "grid" plus maybe upstream assets) - Oil / Gas Exploration and other mining stocks(Upstream) - Refinery & Milling (Midstream) - Pipeline & Processing (Midstream) - Storage & Processing (Midstream) - Additives (Midstream, Downstream - p.e. Methanol for MBTE, Ethanol Producers) - Final Product Processing (Chemical, Plastics) - Gas Stations / Chains (Downstream) - Contract Services (Contract Drilling, Submarine Services, Helicopter) - Oilfield Equipment (Oil Rigs) & Mining Equipment - Support Services & Equipment Right now I really like Intl. oils - they are trading at significant discount to US oils.

CEOF | Turnover
Last Month N/A
Last 3 Months 9.02%
Last 6 Months 20.23%
Last 12 Months 28.21%
CEOF | 5 Most and Least Profitable
5 MOST PROFITABLE 5 LEAST PROFITABLE
Position Symbol Gains
1 SGY $817,306.66
2 DXPE $649,336.37
3 LDL $615,527.44
4 GEOI $560,926.80
5 TESO $428,074.04
Position Symbol Gains
1 CNEP -$1,108,725.95
2 ENDRQ -$770,714.60
3 ERPLQ -$392,647.07
4 SXE -$291,998.29
5 CCLP -$273,442.20
CEOF | Skill Metrics
All Positions
Winning % 50.00%
Avg. Gain/Loss Ratio 1.33
CEOF | Fund Positions by Sectors and Industries
Color Name Allocation Today
Energy 61.40% 2.93%
Financials 15.14% 1.75%
Industrials 12.84% 4.01%
Unallocated 10.43% 1.84%
Consumer Staples 0.18% -0.38%
Materials 0.00% 2.89%
Consumer Discretionary 0.00% 2.09%
Utilities 0.00% 1.41%
Other 0.00% 3.21%
Technology 0.00% 0.00%
CEOF | Recent Returns vs Major Indexes
Beating Today MTD QTD YTD
CEOF -0.01% 8.57% 8.57% 11.47%
S&P 500 -0.85% 1.11% 1.11% 0.00%
NASDAQ -1.27% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00%
CEOF | Recent Returns
Period Returns S&P 500 Returns Returns VS S&P 500
Last 7 Days 5.33% 0.00% 5.33%
Last 30 Days 7.10% 0.58% 6.52%
Last 3 Months 2.85% -5.03% 7.88%
Last 6 Months 17.56% 4.54% 13.02%
Last 12 Months 11.30% 15.32% -4.02%
Last 2 Years 29.82% 32.28% -2.46%
Last 3 Years -19.34% 34.15% -53.49%
Last 5 Years -18.51% 88.63% -107.14%
Last 10 Years -25.26% 138.78% -164.04%
Since Inception 224.90% 227.46% -2.56%
(Annualized) 7.34% 7.39% -0.05%
Data as of: 04/21/2018
CEOF | Alpha/Beta VS. S&P 500
Alpha 0%
Beta 0
R-Squared 0
CEOF | 5 Best and Worst Returns
5 BEST 5 WORST
Position Symbol Inception Return
1 EVBN 86.94%
2 SGY 65.49%
3 TITN 55.38%
4 ITT 54.06%
5 ISRL 52.81%
Position Symbol Inception Return
1 SPIR -99.89%
2 PHTO -98.56%
3 MNAP -64.65%
4 ENG -63.25%
5 HKNI -60.58%