GYEA CAPITAL

GYEA Capital is an internal risk management and income subsidisation entity,

rather than a publicly available client service for the immediate future anyway.

 

GYEA Capital allows its director to utilise inherent market knowledge together with his ASX derivatives advisor accreditation and knowledge, to take leveraged market positions in commodities, currencies, cryptocurrencies, exchange-traded equities and market indices.

 

GYEA Capital may maintain up to $12 million in leveraged exposure invested in the day and overnight markets, with an anticipated Return On Investment (ROI) exceeding 50% pa. 

 

GYEA Capital was envisaged and therefrom brought into the wider GYEA business model in 2018 by its director. 

 

GYEA Capital not only allows the broader business to subsidise the cost of its service offering to its financial accounting and tax clientele to well below that of an equivalent financial professional, but also results in it possessing a rare but fundamental business phenomena known as a negative Weighted Average Cost of Capital (-WACC). 

 

Operating with a -WACC means GYEA can self-generate internal financing for cash flow and capital growth purposes, without the need for reliance on external financing methods incurring interest and repayment obligations to third parties. 

 

As a result of GYEA Capital, GYEA doesn't need to charge exorbitantly and can contribute back into client subsidisation and social causes and objectives as a result of diversifying its revenue earning abilities between Active (client related) and Passive (investment) Income. 

 

In compliance with ASICs licensing regulations for the purposes of investor protection, Gen Y Enterprises Australia cannot offer the benefits of GYEA Capital to members of the public and/or clients in common at this present point in time.

 

GYEA has plans to release GYEA Capital to the general public and its internal clientele within the 2022 financial year after devising a business model that is viable in consideration of the compliance costs involved by both regulators and insurers in releasing such a product and service offering to the public based on the risk and return involved which is generally reserved for Hedge Funds. 

 

Gen Y Enterprises Australia alternatively for the moment chooses to pass on the indirect benefits of GYEA Capital's operations via subsidising reduced service fees to its financial accounting and tax clients. 

 

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