Invest in 10 large cap equities most likely to outperform the market, selected by Limex Ai

The Big 10 Strategy

Min amount

The Idea

The LimeX Ai Big 10 strategy, the newest addition to the LendingRobot Series Fund, is an equal-weighted, long-only portfolio of 10 large cap (>$50b) equities selected by our Ai-powered model as the likeliest
to outperform the market over a month-long horizon

How it works

Our proprietary Ai-powered model analyzes 15-years of data for approximately 50 variables (fundamentals and macro) in order to identify statistical patterns and trends affecting over 2,700 different stock prices
Rank & Risk
This analysis ranks stocks (0 to 5) based on their performance under various market conditions, such as rising inflation, worsening US-China trade relations, or after major market sell-offs, assessing their risk exposure
Our LimeX Ai Big 10 strategy selects NASDAQ and NYSE companies worth over $50 billion. Each Monday, it picks an equal-weighted mix of 10 stocks likely to outperform the market in the next 21 trading days, balancing risk

Why Consider the Big 10?

Well-known companies
The LimeX Ai Big 10 strategy invests in large-cap, well-known and established companies.
The model evaluates historical economic and company data to predict if a stock will surpass the S&P500 index performance, with a higher score suggesting a better chance of beating the benchmark.


Minimum investment amount
  • $1,000 to $10,000 2.00%
  • $10,000 to $100,000 1.5%
  • $100,000+ 1.00%

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General Risks

General Risks
As with every investment in the equity market, the Limex Ai Big 10 strategy has exposure
to non-diversifiable market risks such as:
  • Deteriorating macroeconomic conditions
  • Negative Geopolitical events
  • Change in Policies
Specific Risk
Concentrated investment - investors will have a moderately higher exposure to single-company risks like its business cycle, management decisions, etc. compared to vehicles with a wider diversification.
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