FTM works by splitting the portfolio between different investments. Firstly, it has anywhere from 85% - 90% of the portfolio in discounted medical accounts receivables, which are secured by an average of $3 worth of receivables against every $1 invested. To reduce the risk even further the receivables are held by a range of insurance companies generally limiting maximum exposure to any one company to 10%, thereby lessening the risk of default or adverse effects on the portfolio.
Then there is a cash component which can fluctuate between 5 and 10% of the portfolio. Together this makes up around 90% - 95% of the portfolio and has absolutely no exposure to market forces. The remainder of the portfolio is invested in a propriety algorithmic currency trading system.
The major difference between FTM and traditional investments is the use of Medical Accounts Receivables which make up 85% - 90% of the portfolio. These are secured at a rate of $3 for every $1 invested. The remainder of the portfolio can vary from 5% to 10% in cash and have up to 5% of the overall portfolio in FX trading. The trades are set with a maximum stop loss of 35 percent which limits the overall portfolios exposure to 1.75% .