Portfolio Diversification Opportunities

Alternative Investment professionals have used managed futures successfully for more than 30 years. Institutional investors looking to maximize portfolio exposure continue to increase their use of managed futures as an integral component of a well-diversified portfolio.

With the ability to go both long and short, managed futures are highly flexible financial instruments with the potential to profit from rising and falling markets. Moreover, managed future funds have virtually no correlation to traditional asset classes, enabling them to enhance returns as well as lower overall volatility.

Recent growth in managed futures has been substantial. In 2002, it was estimated that more than $45 billion was under management by managed futures trading advisors. By the end of 2007, that number had grown to more than $200 billion.

(Source: CME Group)

Contact us today to find out how managed futures create portfolio diversification opportunities and lower overall volatility, along with additional stats on why they have become so popular.

Bluenose Capital Management – Washington DC Alternative Investments / Managed Futures – (703) 842-3323

Past performance is not necessarily indicative of future results. Futures and options on futures trading is speculative, involves substantial risk and is not suitable for all investors. Prospective investors should carefully read the disclosure  document of BLUENOSE CAPITAL MANAGEMENT, LLC before making any investment decision. COMMODITY TRADING INVOLVES SUBSTANTIAL RISK OF LOSS.