Stillwater Capital, LLC
 investment solutions



Stillwater Capital’s Trinity Strategies seek absolute positive return, regardless of market condition. They do so using a top-down and bottom-up approach utilizing long positions in equities, short positions as well as cash. The strategies employ a flexiblemic outlook and investment opportunities.

In contrast to traditional partnership structured hedge funds, our alternative equity portfolios are created in liquid form with transparency of holdings, no lockup restrictions, traditional tax reporting with no partnership K-1s, and flat fee pricing without a performance fee.


Trinity Equity
Trinity Sector ETF
Trinity Energy
Trinity Equity Income
Trinity Financial
Trinity Real Estate


The strategies operate with a flexible mandate and seek to generate absolute positive return over the long-term, take less risk than the market and avoid permanent impairment of capital.


Transparency. Our strategies are offered in liquid form with assets held in a client’s separately managed account.

Liquidity. A client can terminate our services at any time without lockup restrictions.

Fee. We charge a flat 1.00% fee annually on assets under management.


Long Investments. We are growth investors and own companies with durable business models and fundamental tailwinds.

Short Positions. The strategies use three disciplined approaches to short selling: fundamental, volatility hedges, and paired positions.

Macroeconomic View. We incorporate an understanding of the macroeconomic environment to guide the fund’s investment strategies.

Investment Process. Our process uses quantitative and qualitative analysis to best invest the portfolios to achieve absolute positive return.

Flexible Mandate. The strategies invest in equities, takes short positions and may hold cash. They operate within a range of 20% to 80% net long, depending on the market opportunity.

Long-term Investing and Short-term Positioning. The best way to accomplish our goals is to invest for the long-term. Short positions may be used to smooth near-term volatility.

Risk Management. While we cannot eliminate risk, management of it is imbedded into our investment process.