THE SUPERSTITIOUS FUND PROJECT

The Superstitious Fund is a non profit organisation that charges no fees. It is an experiment and a project to establish and comment on the premise of superstition. As a project please be aware of the financial risks and that the experiment is unproven with a risk of total loss.

The Fund invites the audience to join in on the journey and the experiment of a superstitious robot with as little as a couple of pounds. The Robot will be continually updated, refined and developed during the process. At this time, the robot will be spread betting on the Ftse 100 (UK100). At the end of the year process, the fund will return the value back to the participants at either a profit or a loss.

Unfortunatley, the Fund has stopped taking in investments for the one year, but if you are interested there is plan for a second experiment, once this experiment has ended. Leave us your email address, so we can inform you closer to the date.

The Superstitious Fund was created by Shing Tat Chung and is sponsored by Microsoft Research and GDP Capital.
It was also made possible by Jim L Hunt from Trading-Gurus.com


 

NEWS

EXHIBITED AT THE ROYAL COLLEGE OF ART LONDON

FUND LAUNCHES on Friday 1st June, 4pm 2012

SPONSORED by Microsoft Research and GDP Capital

WIRED Magazine article

SHORTLISTED for the DEUSTCHE BANK AWARDS.

TALK @ DIGITAL MONEY FORUM hosted by Consult Hyperion.

The French newspaper L'ECRANS LIBERATION mention.

WE-MAKE-MONEY-NOT ART article.

This experiment is a speculative, unproven, early stage investment looking to establish a premise with the risk of total loss. 2011-2012 Copyright to Shing Tat Chung

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