Return (after fees):  
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     The Gabriel Private Alpha Fund is potentially one of the top performing hedge funds in the world.  The Fund offers Standard Shares, and for a limited time Founders Shares- Gold, Silver, and Bronze- with premium terms like reduced performance fees.  Contact Brian to qualify for Founders Shares.    

Benchmark Statistics (after fees):  

     The Gabriel Private Alpha Fund outperforms benchmarks after all fees.    

     Return of the Gabriel Private Alpha Fund LP (the "Fund") is the cumulative return from inception January 2020 until July 2022 after a performance fee has been deducted each month.  Gold, Silver, and Bronze Founders Shares are available for a limited time and offer reduced performance fees below Standard Shares. 

     Alpha is how much the Fund outperforms the S&P 500 and the risk-free rate of return (1-year Treasury Bill) on an annual basis.  The formula for Alpha = R - Rf- beta(Rb-Rf) where R is the Gabriel Private Alpha Fund annual Return, Rf is the Risk-free rate of return (1-year Treasury Bill), beta is the Gabriel Private Alpha Fund volatility, and Rb is the benchmark (S&P 500) annual return.  Compound annual growth rate since January 2020 is used as the annual return for both the Gabriel Private Alpha Fund and the benchmark (S&P 500) annual return.           

     The S&P 500 data used for comparison is the ETF SPY.  The hedge fund indices used for comparison are compiled and maintained by independent companies.  Hedge fund indices are reported with a one or two month lag by their respective companies.  All Gabriel Private Alpha Fund and hedge fund indice returns are calculated over the same number of months. 

     CAGR is the Compound Annual Growth Rate  = [(Current Fund Value/Original Fund Value)^(1/# of years)]-1.


     The Securities and Exchange Commission states that “a performance fee could motivate a hedge fund manager to take greater risks in the hope of generating a larger return.” 

     Past performance does not guarantee future results.  There is no guarantee that the Gabriel Private Alpha Fund will profit from the next bear market.  The value of the Fund may go down as well as up, and you may lose investment money which may not be recovered.