Colson helps people understand and implement managed futures strategies – through spend hours researching Commodity Trading Advisors and their strategies and connecting with new clients discovering needs, Colson’s strengths lie in his ability to identify strategies and communicate that to clients. As a separate asset class, Colson strongly feels it’s best to view Managed Futures and its performance in relation to everything else in your portfolio – managed futures can be a great alternative in addition to stocks and bonds, but like everything, will eventually fail if you’re seeking the elusive holy grail of investments. Because of this, understanding the various facets of risk is essential to the philosophy of managed futures implementation.
Outside of work, Colson and his wife, Sarah, live in Batavia with their four kids. In his free time, Colson is likely serving at his local church, surveying the local craft beer scene, or walking with his kids down the Fox River Trail. Little known fact about Colson: since playing on Wheaton College’s club team, he has a deep love for Ultimate Frisbee