Beth.Technology Announces Major Rebrand to I/O Fund
April 14, 2021
Beth.Technology Fund has unveiled a new name, I/O Fund, new website, and audited 2020 returns as part of an extensive rebranding initiative.
April 14, 2021 07:30 PM Eastern Daylight Time (originally published on Business Wire)
SAN FRANCISCO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Beth.Technology, an actively managed tech fund that offers in-depth research and real-time trades, has completed an extensive rebranding initiative to reflect the company’s comprehensive services, team-oriented approach, and vision for the future. The rebrand includes a new logo, updated website, and a new name: I/O Fund.
“We evolved from a tech insider with a blog to a full-service fund with an expert team. Our brand is built on credibility, transparency, and industry knowledge. I’m proud to offer these benefits and raise the bar on tech analysis for retail investors.”
I/O Fund empowers retail investors by offering an actively managed and transparent portfolio alongside institution-level research and real-time notification of entries and exits. The I/O Fund specializes in tech microtrends and has outperformed other popular tech focused innovation funds on the market. I/O Fund competes at the highest level and offers full transparency for individual retail investors.
The I/O Fund also features a free public newsletter with past stock coverage that included Roku at $33, Zoom at $137, and Bitcoin around $9,500. Premium subscribers are notified of even lower entries, such as Zoom at $62, and Bitcoin at $7,700.
With audited returns of 115.5% from May 9, 2020 to Dec. 31, 2020, I/O Fund outperformed popular tech focused innovation funds within the same time frame. The actively managed fund was founded on May 9th, 2020 following the launch of the premium service on July 15, 2019.
“This rebrand reflects a significant step forward in our evolution, redefining who we are as a team and as a company,” said I/O Fund Founder and CEO Beth Kindig. “We evolved from a tech insider with a blog to a full-service fund with an expert team. Our brand is built on credibility, transparency, and industry knowledge. I’m proud to offer these benefits and raise the bar on tech analysis for retail investors.”
Lead Analyst and CEO, Beth Kindig, uses fundamental analysis at I/O Fund to identify the leaders of the most important tech microtrends. Then Portfolio Manager, Knox Ridley, uses technical analysis to guide entries, exits, risk management, and provide market commentary on the decisions the I/O Fund makes in the actively managed portfolio.
“At I/O Fund our goal is to get outsized returns—without excessive risk-taking —by predicting future tech leaders before the run, and spotting periods of market weakness before they happen,” Knox Ridley said. “We share that knowledge with our readers, alongside real-time entries and exits in I/O Fund, so they see how decisions are made when running a competitive growth portfolio that exceeded the best funds on Wall Street last year. To communicate this expanded vision, the fund needed a new identity. I’m extremely proud of our team, and our market-beating results.”
This press release article was originally published via businesswire.com on April 14, 2021 07:30 PM ET.
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I/O Fund is an actively managed fund that offers in-depth research and real-time trades. We specialize in tech microtrends and have outperformed popular tech focused innovation funds since our inception with audited performance results. I/O Fund empowers retail investors by offering a transparent portfolio alongside institution-level research and real-time notification of entries and exits. We also offer a free public newsletter with past stock coverage that included Roku at $33, Zoom at $137, and Bitcoin at $9,500. Premium members are notified of lower entries, including Zoom at $62, and Bitcoin at $7,700.
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