With a track record stretching back more than 20 years, short-term trend-following hedge fund Quest Partners’ "volatility breakout" investment process is built to capture positive skew amid volatile market swings.
Launched by founder and chief investment officer Nigol Koulajian in 2001, New York-headquartered Quest -- a fully systematic CTA with strategies that predominantly trade futures and FX -- today manages $2.6 billion in assets.
Its investment process is built around a nimble, short-term trading style, with an average hold time of seven days, which allows it to rapidly enter and exit trends . . .
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