Brian is the Portfolio Manager of the REX BKCM ETF (BKC) and the Founder and CEO of BKCM, LLC where he also manages a long/short cryptocurrency hedge fund.
Prior to founding BKCM and partnering with REX, Mr. Kelly was co-founder and Managing Partner of Shelter Harbor Capital LLC where he managed a Macro Hedge Fund. Mr. Kelly was also a co-founder of MKM Partners, a brokerage firm catering to institutional investment managers. After a year researching Bitcoin, in 2014 Mr. Kelly authored the book “The Bitcoin Big Bang.” He is a regular contributor on CNBC’s show “Fast Money” serving as a Cryptocurrency and Blockchain expert.
Mr. Kelly is a graduate of the University of Vermont and received an MBA from Babson Graduate School of Business.
Not all equity ETFs are created equal. Brian utilizes his extensive experience in several critical disciplines to help his efforts in researching companies that utilize Blockchain technology. These disciplines consist of equity trading & investing, currency & macro portfolio management, Cryptocurrency hedge fund management, technology protocol know-how, and entrepreneurial ventures. The BKC management team brings together all of these disciplines for this actively managed ETF.
The Fund seeks to obtain investment exposure to an actively managed portfolio consisting of equity securities of cryptocurrency-related and other blockchain technology-related companies, but does not invest directly in cryptocurrencies. The REX BKCM ETF is not suitable for all investors. The fund should be utilized only by investors who are willing to assume a high degree of risk and intend to actively monitor and manage their investments in the fund.
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A note on cryptocurrency & Blockchain technology risk. By virtue of the Fund’s investment in stocks that derive revenue from cryptocurrency-related activities, shareholders may be exposed indirectly to the risks of cryptocurrencies. Cryptocurrencies are extremely new and nontraditional assets and a potential shareholder’s ability to evaluate the performance of cryptocurrencies be limited. Digital assets, represented on a decentralized public transaction ledger that is maintained by an open source protocol, are substantively different from traditional assets and investments. The stocks in which the Fund will invest will be subject to the risks associated with blockchain technology, which is a new and relatively untested technology. The risks associated with blockchain technology may not emerge until the technology is widely used.
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