Aliya Capital Associates LLC, one particular of the biggest buyers that joined Elon Musk’s $44-billion acquisition of Twitter Inc, stated on Tuesday it expects to make up to 5 moments its funds despite the social media firm’s issues.

Twitter has been hemorrhaging advertisers immediately after Musk enable far more than 50 % of its 7,500 employees go and alienated some buyers with his rapidly-switching moderation policy choices. Musk tweeted before this week that the social media business has been “in the fast lane to individual bankruptcy due to the fact May possibly.” He took about Twitter on Oct. 27 and this week stated he will abide by the outcomes of a Twitter poll in which a the greater part voted for him to action down as the head of Twitter.

Aliya, a Miami-centered manager of the wealth of prosperous families, which invested $360 million alongside Musk in the Twitter buyout, reported it thought Musk would capitalize on Twitter’s 229 million each day active customers that have “traditionally been beneath-monetized.”

“We believe Twitter will develop a return of 4-5x in just a number of decades, with comparably minimal downside risk,” Aliya Chief Govt Ross Kestin stated in a assertion.

A spokesperson for Musk did not right away respond to a ask for for remark.

Kestin did not answer to follow-up concerns on Twitter’s difficulties below Musk. Banking companies that financed the Twitter buyout do not imagine the financial debt is worthy of its entire benefit and have struggled to get it off their textbooks by advertising it to credit investors, underscoring Twitter’s economic woes less than Musk.

In his statement, Kestin pointed to Musk’s other achievements at electric auto maker Tesla Inc and rocker developer SpaceX as the supply of his assurance in the billionaire entrepreneur. Aliya also invested in SpaceX.

“Even though the world-wide auto market was virtually spinning its wheels building the same dull product or service, Elon created an business. When NASA could not get its rockets off the ground, this man’s eyesight took off,” Kestin stated.

“With Twitter, it is taking place once more.”