• Transformational Investor

    If you're already a leader in investing, with a deep commitment to go beyond capital preservation and growth, and are looking for a new, transformational way of investing, this 12 month journey is for you.

    Especially if you question whether past success strategies are enough for the coming decade.

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    Click play and compare

    the performance of 4 different portfolios over ten years

    vs. the same companies invested as a full ecosystem.

     

    An example of transformational investing


     

    When all you can be sure of is ever more unpredictability and volatility.

    It's time for VCs, LPs, and asset managers to use the recently understood and perculiarly named ergodic strategy that the Universa hedge fund (Spitznagel and Taleb), the Mondragon group, Japanese Keiretsu and Korean Chaebol, and long-lasting old cultures evolved towards. (Those that didn't went under during VUCA times.)

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    The key pillars of transformational investing that you'll master are

    • Ergodic ecosystem investing
    • Incorporation for multi-capital ecosystems
    • Transformational capacity, human and systemic

    Then you'll deliver the graphs left!

     

     

     

    Ergodic thinking shines a light on the path to a prosperous future by aligning our finance with the complexity of how all living systems actually work: in dynamic balance, collaboratively. 

    John Fullerton, Capital Institute

     

    A breakthrough strategy of investing based on a key element of anti-fragility. The take-aways are significant and possibly solve the scaling issue that perplexes the regenerative community. The method takes cues from nature and is proven with mathematics.  

    Lyn McDonell President, The Accountability Group, Inc.

     

    Stop suffering inefficient and hidden capital losses. Highly recommended read.

    Antonio Potenza; FRSA, MBA Oxford, CISL Cambridge, Founder of Proodos Capital and Fund4Impact, Serial Entrepreneur

     

     

  • Get to know Graham Boyd

    Connect directly to our founder.

  • Get a head start becoming a transformational investment leader

    Transformational Investor Course

    Transformational Investor Course

    6.500,00 € - 8.500,00 €
    A 12 month training, 2 hours per month online coursework plus 2-4 hours per month reading and writing. In addition you will be members of Evolutesix's ecosystem with access to monthly discussions and guest speakers.

    Limited to 8 participants, by invitation only,

    Regular monthly price Euro 850; pay in full, get 2 months free; and the first three paying in full get an additional Euro 2000 discount! (Contact us to pay monthly)
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  • Meet the trainers

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    Graham Boyd (Founder Evolutesix)

    Graham is the founder of Evolutesix, a venture studio and investor specialised in building ecosystems of future-fit businesses according to Evolutesix's ergodic investment strategy.

     

    Author of The Ergodic Investor and Entrepreneur and Rebuild: the Economy, Leadership, and You, leading guide books for investors and entrepreneurs to create successful businesses for the future.

     

    With a PhD in physics, he is at his best creating new opportunities for success in volatile, uncertain times. His speciality, according to his colleagues, has always been breakthrough innovation because he sees far round corners others cannot yet see.

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    Greg Fisher

     

    Greg has a strong background in economics and asset management, which he recently supplemented by finishing a PhD in the advanced field of Complexity Science. His aim now is to leverage this understanding, and his skills in computational modelling, to help improve practice in banking and asset management.

     

    Greg is an asset management and complexity science expert with a distinguished background, including a PhD in complexity economics, CFA, staff at the Bank of England, Chief Strategist at a macro hedge fund, and Cambridge University graduate.

     

    His speciality, complexity science, is a new way of thinking that is relevant to investment management and banking.

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