Frequently Asked Questions


Q: What is Diakoneo Capital’s investment philosophy, trading strategy, and risk management approach?

A: View our investment philosophy.

Q: Is there a minimum investment to invest in Diakoneo Capital’s fund?

A: Generally speaking, the minimum investment is $100,000. For consideration under that level, please Contact Us

Q: What is the management fee and performance fee for investments in Diakoneo Capital’s fund?

A: Our standard management fee and performance fee is consistent with most alternative investment companies – an annual 2% management fee and 20% performance fee. (Note that as part of our “Impact” we donate 50% of the company’s annual profits, up to the maximum permitted by tax laws, of our management and performance fees to miscellaneous causes.)

Q: I’m ready to invest in Diakoneo Capital’s fund, what are the next steps?

A: Welcome to the Diakoneo Capital family. To learn more and get started, email or call us via our Contact Us form. We will answer any questions you have and walk you through the entire process on how we on-board our investors and communicate with you every step of the way.

Q: I’m interested in investing in Diakoneo Capital’s fund, but have a question(s).

A: Submit your question(s) via the Contact Us form and our Diakoneo Team will be in touch shortly.

Q: Can I invest my IRA in Diakoneo Capital’s fund? And if so, how do I set that up?

A: If you have a self-directed IRA, you are able to invest in our fund. We do recommend thinking through your investment objectives and IRA diversification strategy to determine the % to invest. Contact Us to discuss further questions and how to set this up.

Q: Does Diakoneo Capital’s fund have an initial “lock-up” period?

A: No, our fund has no initial lock-up period. However, given the potential variability in short-term performance of any market, it is recommended to have at least a 12-24 month investment horizon or longer.

Q: What is Diakoneo Capital’s fund’s withdraw notification?

A: For our fund, there is a 120-day withdraw notification.

Q: As an investor in Diakoneo Capital’s fund, when do I receive statements on my account balance?

A: Our fund’s NAV (net asset value) is tracked and reported on a monthly basis, and all investors in our fund receive monthly account statements. Additionally, our team provides quarterly video updates on our trading and overview of the markets.

Q: What commission and association regulates Diakoneo Capital’s fund and trading?

A: Diakoneo Capital’s fund trades Futures so we are regulated and compliant with the CFTC (Commodity Futures Trading Commission) and the NFA (National Futures Association).

Q: Who calculates the monthly NAV (net asset value) for Diakoneo Capital’s fund and each investor’s account value?

A: So that Diakoneo Capital can maintain a transparent position of checks and balances with our clients, a 3rd-party Client Services provider calculates these values and manages all client account statements.

Q: What Service Providers does Diakoneo Capital use to provide the best investor experience?

A: Click our Service Providers webpage to learn more about our partners.

Q: What is Diakoneo Capital’s Privacy Policy?

A: Click to view our Privacy Policy.

Q: What is Diakoneo Capital’s Corporate Character and Culture?

A: Our Corporate Character is the core of our trading and decision-making – learn more about our Corporate Character.

Q: What is Diakoneo Capital’s “impact-investing” approach to help people and causes locally and globally?

A: We have committed to giving 50% of the company’s annual profits, up to the maximum permitted by tax laws, to key Impact Causes around the world.

Q: What impact causes is Diakoneo Capital involved, giving, and supporting around the world?

A: While we support many causes, our core causes are human trafficking, children’s hospitals, global water crisis, orphans and adoption, addiction and recovery, and Alzheimer’s.

Q: As an investor, is a portion of my money – my investment and/or gains – being donated to Diakoneo Capital’s charitable causes?

A: No, investors keep all of their money and their gains, while the money being donated is coming from 50% of Diakoneo Capital’s annual profits, up to the maximum permitted by tax laws.

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