There are times that I would like to reallocate Fund holding percentages back to their target manually without changing the structure of the fund. This is in cases when there is a clear outlier in the Fund that say increases by 30% in value over a couple of days and throws out the ratios. The value is lost when the coin drops back down to it's 'pre-pump' value before the fund reallocates itself back to the target ratios automatically.
At the moment I have been attempting to manually change the structure of the fund to catch these increases. (Side note: Do you know what the frequency is that Funds reallocate themselves back to the target percentage? is it weekly, monthly, or some other variable?)
I am blurring the lines between Funds and Programs again, however I think being able to reallocate the fund manually without changing the structure would be useful.
To take it a step further, this could be predefined in the fund as an advanced setting not dissimilar to Alex's idea here: https://feedback.genesis.vision/communities/1/topics/855-idea-automated-programmable-re-distribution-rules-for-funds e.g. If a Fund asset holding percentage ratio goes >3% outside the target holding ratio, reallocate Fund.
Thank you for your time,
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