Here are the Contango/Backwardation curves of 9 Commodity Markets extending into 2017.
Many are blaming the Loonie’s downward move on crude oil’s recent drawdown, the largest drawdown in history.
Let’s face it, when you take the time to evaluate possible strategies for your long term portfolio plans (especially Alternative Investments) there are a lot of choices out there, and it’s not always easy to create a so called short list, or even make a choice when you have that said short list. Performance tends […]
The first question we had to ask ourselves after looking the returns in March was, “Are the asset classes becoming increasingly correlated?” Here’s what happened in March by the numbers:
Perhaps more telling than the snapshot as of December, is the best allocation percentage according to the efficient frontier each year going back most of a decade
Don’t look now, but almost 40% of the global bond markets have negative interest rates. Just what are negative interest rates and what does it mean for the average investor?
But how much can investors expect stocks and Managed Futures to be in a drawdown?
How big is the Liquid Mutual fund compared to the rest of the industry? And is that growth in addition to, or at the expense of, the rest of the industry?
So how does a successful hedge fund manager like this can get so married to a trade? That’s the hallmark sign of a bad trader – someone who doesn’t cut their losses or worse yet, add on to losing positions.
Don’t look now, but the long only Commodity ETF ($GSG) has gone through a 16% swing over the past three months to move all the way up to the top spot on May’s asset class scoreboard. Commodities have gone knocking on death’s door, to establishing a drawdown valley, to leading all asset classes after a […]