What is the Education Funds?

Education Funds are funds created specifically to help people invest towards financing their educational needs. College tuition and expenses are often significant, and it can be challenging to save enough to cover them entirely. Even families who have saved diligently may still find that their savings fall short of the total cost of attendance.'The Education Fund is a long-term investment fund focused on capital preservation and return compounding. We aim to continuously provide returns of Cash + 8% throughout multiple market cycles while keeping a net exposure of 20% over time. Our goal is to keep monthly drawdowns to less than 1.5 percent, making the Eduction Fund a conservative option for investors interested in higher risk-adjusted returns. The fund has a deep-value bias that emphasizes debt sustainability while capitalizing on opportunities given by economic shocks, market dislocation, and volatility. As a result, the fund is able to generate strong returns for its investors over the long term.

Transforming dreams into realities

On a daily basis, we endeavor to achieve profitable returns for our diversely constituted investors. Our primary aim is to identify both traditional and non-traditional sources of alpha, and we accomplish this goal by employing numerous absolute return strategies, backed by stringent fundamental analysis. In doing so, we endeavor to unearth growth prospects that are not correlated with each other and the market indices. This scalable and repeatable investment process has enabled us to deliver consistent risk-adjusted returns across different market conditions

Individuals with advanced professional degrees earn almost double that of individuals holding a bachelor's degree and nearly quadruple the income of high school graduates

The monetary benefits associated with obtaining a college degree significantly outweigh the costs incurred in the pursuit of higher education.

Empirical Survey

A high number of studies also suggest a strong negative correlation between educational attainment and unemployment, particularly in recessionary economic conditions.

New generation of Magnates

The empirical evidence indicates that investing in higher education yields significant returns in terms of financial compensation. Statistical analysis reveals that on average, individuals holding a bachelor’s degree earn 88% more than their high school graduate counterparts, resulting in an incremental annual income of approximately $37,500. This financial gain is sufficient to cover the tuition fees of three semesters at most public colleges

The Crucial Role of Early Education Funds

The Crucial Role of Early Education Funds

Shaping Future Success and Reducing Unemployment Disparity

Early education funds are crucial as they lay the foundation for future success. By investing in early education, we can increase the likelihood of children attending and graduating from college. This, in turn, reduces the unemployment rate by providing individuals with the necessary qualifications for high-quality job opportunities, ultimately benefiting both individuals and society, As an illustration, during the initial phase of the COVID-19 pandemic, the unemployment rate for high school graduates surged to nearly 18%, whereas it was only 8% for individuals holding a bachelor's degree. 

Unlocking Employment Potential

Unlocking Employment Potential

Bridge the Gap in Employment Opportunities

Analyzing data from the year 2000 onward indicates that the average unemployment rate was 5.9% for high school graduates, while the corresponding figure for college graduates was only 2.9%. Further, analyzing data from the year 2000 onward indicates that the average unemployment rate was 5.9% for high school graduates, while the corresponding figure for college graduates was only 2.9%. These findings indicate that possessing a college degree has become an indispensable prerequisite for accessing and retaining high-quality employment opportunities.