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CTA managers rise to the market challenge

This year has been a challenge for many managers, with CTA traders seeing a wide dispersion of returns in recent…

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Legendary trader Salem Abraham opens Fortress strategy to outside investors

Salem Abraham has spent the pandemic just like the rest of us quarantined at home. But his newly reinvented investment…

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CalSTRS’ $20bn-plus risk mitigation play performs during pandemic

The $246 billion California State Teachers’ Retirement System (CalSTRS) announced its investment portfolio gained 3.9% net of fees for the…

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Performance snapshot: HF strategies turn negative as leverage reverses and CTAs shine

Hedge fund performance snapshots are coming in, expanding investors’ view into the health of their absolute return portfolios. Many investors,…

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Volatility fuels uneven managed futures comeback

Investors have been shying away from trend-following strategies in recent years, but now they seem to be proving their worth…

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Quantica performance turns negative for the year

Quantica Capital’s managed futures program returned -5.2% in February, bringing the systematic trend-following strategy’s annual net performance to -3.8%, according…

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Managed futures managers start the year on rocky ground

Thanks to ongoing global growth uncertainty and the spread of the novel coronavirus, managed futures strategies struggled in January, even…

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Pinnacle-backed 61C taps new CFO

Joshua Bailey has joined the senior leadership team of Six One Commodities (61C) as the firm’s new chief financial officer.…

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Commodities rising, posting gains into 2020

Energy, agricultural commodities, livestock and metals have all risen higher in January, according to observations from Credit Suisse Asset Management.…

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2020 Outlook: Managed futures are ready for a rebound

Not only was 2019 a tough year, but the 2010s were a frankly brutal decade for managed futures strategies, as…

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