Startup Fund is an M&A fund that innovates based on profitability. The fund would start in developing countries, spread out to developed countries, and then go public after it has reached a big-cap valuation.
The companies that are in the same industry as the current planned startup have an estimated total market cap of $14,000,000,000 if only estimating the PP&E, and $30,000,000,000 if it’s a total estimation, as of 2023. Its estimated total is around 70,000 companies. The calculation excludes countries that are speculative or already have this public nationally. This is estimated to be around 2.5x its book, and it is operationally profitable if managed well.
Elatha’s Fund is a quantitative fund that imitates “Element Capital”, with a slight but important logic-based qualitative evaluation, with the main difference being the much cheaper fees.
Considering this is quantitative, the fund can dive straight down suddenly even if, for example, it has worked flawlessly for 14 years. This sort of fund, in definite, uses a well-known third-party help, considering the frequency where human errors are possible and the consequences if they happen.