Those of us who invest or trade futures markets have a little different take on tax season, feeling a little more celebratory.
The sector of the brain firing off the most “signals” in 2016 was Volatility Traders. Here’s a preview of our review of that sector:
But even amid the gloom, managed futures was the only alternatives category to be in net positive flows, perhaps a sign that advisors have come to recognize managed-futures funds as one of the best diversifying options in a portfolio. The Year in Alternative Funds: A Bumpy Road With Some Bright Spots – (MorningStar) Money […]
Twenty-sixteen is just about in the books, which means it’s our cue to draw some quick conclusions about the performance of the various commodity futures markets. Now that crude oil looks like it’s bottomed off from it’s multi-year decline, people are starting to get bullish on long-only commodity ETFs – with some even suggesting the […]
Managed Futures and Multi-Strategy Funds: The Search for Diversification
If Hillary were to win in November, she would be the first president to have a futures account
For those of you wanting to know what the general reaction to the Fed’s announcement of “The Twist,” a picture is worth a thousand words. This one was worth thousands of dollars in market movement. Who knows what comes next? [DISCLAIMER: Past performance is not necessarily indicative of future results.]
Earlier this year, we criticized E*Trade for their “it’s-so-easy-a-baby-can-do-it” rendering of trading. In our mind, it’s definitely misleading material- at best. But we weren’t the only ones who thought so… CollegeHumor.com, known for their humorous videos and articles that rely on parody to get a laugh, put together a video called “E-Trade Baby Loses Everything.” […]
We came across the following line from one of our favorite bloggers, Barry Ritholtz, last week: “Lately, it looks like the Equity Futures predict little more than the Open,” he mused. “Are they that easily pushed around? Do they contain less and less information? I would love to see a correlation study looking at their […]
Since the peak in mid-2008, natural gas has been playing an impressive game of limbo. Just when you thought it couldn’t go any lower, down it goes. The short side of this trade is doing well for now, but how much lower can prices go?