Some might call the performance of the different asset classes we track a wash in 2015, as six of the top eight strategies finished within roughly 4% of each other after twelve months.
Just ask the Minnesota Vikings – you never want to leave it down to the last minute to decide your fate,.
While the headlines and summaries of 2015 will focus on a flat year for stocks and rout in commodity markets – the year was anything but that simple. There was a rally in energy prices, as hard as that is to believe now. There were new highs in the stock market, punctuated by a sharp […]
Managed Futures as an asset class was able to finish just above the black in 2015 (according to our 2014 asset class scoreboard) which is great to use as a reference to compare against other investment strategies, but it’s not so great if someone was using that information to decide whether to invest in Managed […]
Managed Futures performed just as we expect them to in a market crisis – finishing off January up +4.13%.
Don’t just buy and hold Crude Oil USO. Invest in a strategy that can do well when Crude Oil rebounds, but also does well when it is in free fall.
What’s not to like – with Managed Futures offering up an average gain of 2.25% in a month where stocks lost -5.21% and global stocks lost -6.71%.
How much of a role will El Nino and a possible La Nina play on the grain and meat markets in 2016. Here are 4 charts that could help
It seems we’re all more correlated with the Oil markets than we might think.
Many are blaming the Loonie’s downward move on crude oil’s recent drawdown, the largest drawdown in history.