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.
January saw the largest inflows into managed futures mutual funds ever and the 20th straight month of net inflows
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%.
This isn’t 2008, but it isn’t great either
It just so happens our next 25 Q&A Whitepaper series is the sub-advisor of the Attain Relative Value fund, Emil Van Essen. They’ve just finished a stellar January
The so called “field” added around $18 Billion in 2015 (22% growth), although we can see from the graphic that assets are still down from their 2008 levels
Managed Futures is the only asset class in February to put up returns greater than 1.00%, and one of three asset classes to post positive returns YTD. For the most part, all but one asset class continued on its January trajectory. It’s no accident that while the long only commodity ETF $GSG is down -7.25% […]
The threat to managed futures mutuals from SEC rule-making
Trend-following hedge fund strategies lead performance in 2016 – (FT) Trend-Following Fund Plays It Right – (Wall Street Journal) Swedroe: Trend Following Works – (ETF.com) Managed Futures To Smooth Out Market Bumps – (Nasdaq) Managed futures and global macro hedge funds the leaders for the year – (Lakewood Views) Average Daily Volume of 18.7 million […]
Just what’s on the mind of some of the sharpest investment managers out there? We were lucky enough to have Mike Melissinos