Investment Strategy Overview
Third Eye Capital Management, LLC (the “Investment Manager
” or “IM
”) is an investment management and advisory firm registered in the State of Florida as an investment adviser on February 4, 2018 (originally registered in NJ May 12, 2017). It was formed as a New Jersey limited liability company on January 13, 2014 (moved to Florida is December 2017), and maintains its principal, and sole, place of business in the State of Florida at 300 South Pointe Road #1402, Miami Beach, FL 33139. It has renewed its registration in New Jersey, January 2022. The IM was founded and is managed by Anil K. Sharma (“Dr. Sharma
”). The IM was formed to act as general partner for and provide investment advice and management services to Third Eye Capital Partners, LP, a Delaware limited partnership formed on January 15, 2014 (the “Fund
”) and to provide discretionary investment advisory services to separately managed account clients (each a “Client
The IM implements the strategy of the Fund (the “Fund Strategy”) and directs and manages the investment, reinvestment, and disposition of the Fund’s assets. The primary investment strategy of the Fund is to invest in S&P 500 index and other exchange-traded funds (“ETFs”) while leveraging the return by trading S&P 500 options. The Fund will collect premiums from writing weekly and monthly options on SPX to generate income to its portfolio. Depending on its short-term view of the market, the IM may write call or put options. The Fund will also opportunistically buy, sell short and purchase or write options on individual foreign and domestic equities and ETFs. The Fund will have a strong bias toward equities, but may at times take positions in fixed income securities when the IM determines it prudent to do so. Investments of the Fund will be primarily publicly traded stocks, options, and ETFs, whether traded domestically or abroad.
Separately Managed Accounts
The IM will invest and trade Accounts on the basis of three distinct yet overlapping strategy objectives s : (1) preservation of capital and income, (2) growth and (3) the Fund Strategy, which shall mimic the strategy implemented by the Fund.