Aliya Cash Associates LLC, one particular of the major traders that joined Elon Musk‘s $44-billion acquisition of Twitter Inc, reported on Tuesday it expects to make up to 5 situations its revenue in spite of the social media firm’s issues.

Twitter has been hemorrhaging advertisers after Musk allow a lot more than 50 percent of its 7,500 staff go and alienated some customers with his fast-switching moderation coverage selections. Musk tweeted earlier this 7 days that the social media organization has been “in the quickly lane to bankruptcy considering the fact that May possibly.” He took around Twitter on Oct. 27 and this 7 days stated he will abide by the effects of a Twitter poll in which a vast majority voted for him to stage down as the head of Twitter.

Aliya, a Miami-dependent manager of the wealth of abundant families, which invested $360 million alongside Musk in the Twitter buyout, claimed it believed Musk would capitalize on Twitter’s 229 million daily lively buyers that have “traditionally been underneath-monetized.”

“We consider Twitter will generate a return of 4-5x in just a handful of yrs, with comparably confined downside hazard,” Aliya Chief Executive Ross Kestin stated in a statement.

A spokesperson for Musk did not quickly react to a request for remark.

Kestin did not react to adhere to-up inquiries on Twitter’s difficulties below Musk. Banking institutions that financed the Twitter buyout do not feel the personal debt is worth its comprehensive benefit and have struggled to get it off their textbooks by offering it to credit history investors, underscoring Twitter’s economic woes under Musk.

In his assertion, Kestin pointed to Musk’s other achievements at electric car or truck maker Tesla Inc and rocker developer SpaceX as the source of his self esteem in the billionaire entrepreneur. Aliya also invested in SpaceX.

“Whilst the world-wide automobile marketplace was pretty much spinning its wheels generating the exact uninteresting product or service, Elon designed an industry. When NASA couldn’t get its rockets off the ground, this man’s vision took off,” Kestin stated.

“With Twitter, it can be going on all over again.”