Here is a listing of the current studio funds listed on The Hollywood Exchange along with analysis about how the fund for the studio is doing, and how the fund manager is doing.
The Disney Studio Fund has lost nearly a million dollars in the last month and is even in the red for today.
This fund has made only 2.46 mill since October and that is cause for concern. The fund has had both Tron 2 and Tangled and their derrivatives (OW's, Call/Puts, Warrants, Nomioptions) available for trading.
I do like how the investments are clean and the manager is focusing only on upcoming releases. It is also nice to see all eligible stocks being radar-ed.
Grade C Larger ports might want to invest in this fund knowing that Disney has a slew of blockbuster movies coming up but smaller ports should probally pass this time around.
***WARNING***- This fund is on auto pilot. The fund manager has not made a trade in the fund since 12/20/10!
Grade F First there is no information about the fund manager. Who are they? Second, the fund is not being actively watched. Third, this fund has only made .79 since October. All ports should skip this fund (until it gets a new manager).
This fund has a lot of bad investments.
The Conspirator has been steadily losing money since October of last year. The movie is hoping for 650 theaters when it releases. The fund is holding this max long.
Everything Must Go has lost 20 pts since last October and is planning a limited release. The fund is holding this max long.
Funds are allowed to hold one share of their own fund so they can track their progress. This fund is breaking the rules and has one share of all the other studio funds. (If the manager was wanting to keep track of how his fund is doing compared to the others, they could use the trader watchlist attached to the fund where he could list the other funds).
Grade D This fund has only made $2.34 since October and it looks like that is due to poor investing.
***WARNING***- This fund is on auto pilot. The fund manager has not made a trade in the fund since 12/7/10! The manager has not made a trade in their personal port since 1/2/11.
Grade C- This fund is not being actively managed, but when it was it was profitable. Most ports should skip this fund until the manager becomes active again (or replaced).
Finally a healthy looking fund! This fund has doubled its size in the last three months which is good for a studio fund.
It looks like the manager has split his investments between upcoming releases and shorting movies that have not had news in awhile. This strategy seems to be working!
Grade A This is a well managed and profitable fund.
This trader has left the building (most likely quit HSX). The manager has not made a trade in their personal port since 11/30/10 and there has been no activity in the fund since 1/4/11 (when I believe HSX staff went into the fund and dumped the starbonds this port was holding in response to my 12/11/10 post).
Grade F The manager is inactive and the fund has lost 2mill since October. All players should avoid this fund.
I am not sure what is up with this fund. It has been only five days since the fund manager logged in but there are three mysteries: 1) The fund manager hasn't logged into his personal port for a few weeks and 2) This fund has only made .78 since October and 3) The investment strategy is to buy penny stocks and hold them long hoping they get some news?
Grade D- It almost seems like this fund is in the process of being left for dead. The current investments do not make sense and there is a severe lack of profits here. All ports should skip this one.
This seems like one of the more profitable funds. It has been steadily increasing in price since October.
Iron Man 3 is Disney and should not be held by this fund. Singularity does not have a distributor listed and should not be held by this fund.
Grade A This fund has been consistantly growing each and every week.