We were lucky enough to be featured in another article from Profit and Loss Magazine – CTAs Feeling the Heat. We provided data and analysis, and a number of our charts were included. Following is a synopsis.
CTAs Feeling the Heat: 2018 saw CTAs cap a generally poor decade of performance with a particularly bad year of losses. Given this, Galen Stops, editor at Profit and Loss Magazine, takes a look at whether the rationale for investors including CTA strategies in their portfolio is still valid.
The article featured (in order of appearance):
- An anonymous CEO of a CTA with over 30 years of trading
- Chad Martinson, co-CIO and managing director of Efficient Capital Management
- Jeff Malec, managing director, and partner at RCM Alternatives
- Ian Rayner, founder of Rayner Gobran LLC
The article is wide-ranging and well-balanced. Great stuff!
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PAST PERFORMANCE IS NOT NECESSARILY INDICATIVE OF FUTURE RESULTS. No representation is made that results similar to those shown can be achieved. There is no guarantee that a managed futures investment program will meet its objective. Investors could lose a substantial portion, or even all, of their investment. You should therefore carefully consider whether such trading is suitable for you in light of your financial condition.