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Investing in Managed Futures complements and diversifies investors’ portfolios with a wide spectrum of futures products.

Diverse Range of Markets Traded and Different Strategies:
  • Grains
  • Metals
  • Securities
  • Energy
  • Dairy
  • Renewable Fuels
  • Softs
  • Livestock
  • Lumber
  • Currencies
  • Indexes
  • Interest Rates

Managed Futures Compared to Stocks and Bonds
A Managed Futures Portfolio can be structured to have minimal correlation to stock or bond markets. They should be regarded as a separate asset class. A well-balanced portfolio will allocate portions of assets to different investment classes or instruments. Returns of Managed Futures are independent of traditional stock and bond markets.

Benefits of Investing in Managed Futures
  • Non-correlation to traditional assets
  • Opportunities in both Bull and Bear markets
  • Ability to profit independent of the economic environment
  • Opportunity for reduced portfolio volatility risk
  • Stringent CFTC, NFA, and Exchange Regulations
  • Renewable Fuels
  • Managed Futures has no lock-up features and funds can be withdrawn quickly and without penalties.
  • Futures industry is stable and transparent. An exchange’s clearing organization guarantees performance on every contract to each of its clearing members.
  • Provides global diversification into an array of liquid markets
  • Diversified Managed Futures Portfolio can be employed as an inflation or deflation hedge

Modern Portfolio Theory (MPT)
The modern portfolio theory is a practical method when selecting investments in order to maximize overall portfolio returns. By diversifying investments over multiple non-correlated asset classes, investors can lower their overall portfolio risk.