In this episode of Strategic Investor Radio, host Charley Wright discusses systematic investing with Sean Wright of Carden Capital.
Managed futures strategies generally invest both long and short in futures, options and forward contracts on equities and fixed income securities, currencies, interest rates, and commodities. The strategies typically utilize proprietary trading strategies designed to capture trending price movements based on either long or short trading signals. Trades may be short, medium, or long term. Managed futures have historically displayed low correlations to traditional investments, such as stocks and bonds.
Managed futures and multi-strategy funds have both become increasingly popular over the past several years – but which is better?
In this episode of Strategic Investor Radio, host Charley Wright interviews Tom Florence, president and CEO of 361 Capital.
In this video, Ben Funnell, Portfolio Manager at Man GLG, considers the recent shift from active to passive and explains why he thinks the growing alpha opportunity in the market is tipping the balance back in favor of active management.
In this video, Robert Furdak, Co-Chief Investment Officer at Man Numeric, challenges the notion that all quantitative managers are the same.
In this video, Matthew Sargaison, Chief Investment Officer at Man AHL, examines the key differences between cross-sectional and directional trading strategies.