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Performance of our investment technology
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Since we started investing in companies with upside potential in August 2018, we have become shareholders in over 4,000 companies. Depending on the price development, the investment period can range from a few days to currently more than 4 years. Since then, all of these company holdings have been revalued daily and a decision has been made as to whether they will remain in the portfolio or whether the sale will be initiated due to identified loss trends. This process runs completely via the investment technology of DAVIGO AG. Emotions and intuition therefore play no role in the assessments. Rather, it is important to follow the DAVIGO maxim: Maximize profits, limit losses. 

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As soon as company investments in our portfolio show negative tendencies, the DAVIGO investment technology identifies this immediately and advises to exit. 

This has happened over 2,000 times since August 2018. The important thing here is that we may withdraw our  stake in a company today, but also buy it again if the values and price potential improve. This is how we "skip" the bad times at companies, but still benefit from their good times.

If we divest an investment in a company, we generate an ø added value of around +62%.

This value results from the difference between the purchase price of a company participation and the value that we achieve when selling it. Since 2018 to date, we have made an average of +211% plus with over 500 divested investments. You can see an overview of the distribution here.

When DAVIGO Investment-Technologie has identified companies with upside potential and puts them in the depot, DAVIGO AG invests in these companies for ø 27 months. This confirms the quality of the selection made by the investment technology, because this is based on long-term success. 

*The profit factor indicates how many % are offset against 1 %  that we have made a loss with.

Example: A profit factor of 7.5 indicates that we can post a profit of 7.5 % for every percent lost. An average profit factor of 2.50 is considered a sensationally good value. Would you like to find out more? Here the editor-in-chief of TRADERS magazine explains how the profit factor works.  

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