It is no surprise that Managed Futures have become an attractive option for investors looking to diversify their portfolio. The asset class has seen a significant growth in activity in the past decade and has enabled many investment banks, mutual funds and corporations to manage their exposure to price changes. Also many futures traders use Managed Futures for hedging purposes or to transfer their risk to other market participants. Additionally Managed Futures gives investors the opportunity to invest in futures products globally.
Managed Futures can also withstand market volatility and perform better in adverse market conditions compared to stocks. Their flexible and disciplined nature limits losses and enables a quick recovery if there are any downturns in the market. The limited correlation between Managed Futures and other asset classes can enable investors to increase profit potential in their overall portfolio.
Finally, many industry entities are involved in protecting the interest of market participants including the exchanges and market regulators. All managed accounts fall under the regulation of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) and the National Futures Association (NFA) to help ensure the market integrity and transparency.
HighGround Trading understands that investors have different investment goals and risk parameters. As a result, we provide our clients with a wide range of managed futures CTA's and systems that are custom tailored to meet your investment needs.
To learn more about investing in Managed Futures, please contact us.
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