Managed funds

Sneak peek at July hedge fund and managed futures returns from Kettera Hydra Platform Investor Letter.
Sneak peek at June hedge fund and managed futures returns from Kettera Hydra Platform Investor Letter.
Managed futures have variously been defined as an eclectic mix of investment strategies, a hedge fund category, and a separate asset class. People outside of the industry tend to see them as a risky investment. Regardless of perspective, managed futures exhibit unique properties that make these strategies an attractive investment vehicle.
It is an argument that has been going on as long as there have been trend followers and as long as there have been drawdowns. Does trend following really work? Have markets changed, making trend
Managed futures funds produced the strongest returns of any hedge fund strategy tracked by eVestment in 2014 but saw asset outflows nonetheless.
Hedge funds took in more money in H1 2014—$99.7 billion—than in all of 2013, according to new data from eVestment.
Red Rock Capital’s Commodity Long-Short Program has successfully exploited inefficiencies that clearly manifested themselves in physical commodity markets.
Commodity trading advisors have had a rough go over the last few years, generally, but not all managers have struggled. Ag-based CTAs have performed well and investors have taken notice.
June Editor's Note from Dan Collins.
The bull market in equities has been going on for so long that pension fund managers are letting their guard down.