Press Play Series

As investors, we sometimes can be our own worst enemy, and that’s because we all share a unique investing flaw—human emotion.

Greatest Trading of All Time

The Turtles proved that anyone can be a great trader, and that you don’t even need that much training. Eight hours a day for two weeks is apparently all that’s necessary.

A Quantitative Analysis of Managed Futures Strategies

This paper revisits Dr. John Lintner’s classic 1983 paper, “The Potential Role of Managed Commodity-Financial Futures Accounts (and/or Funds) in Portfolios of Stocks and Bonds,” which explored the substantial diversification benefits that accrue when managed futures are added to institutional portfolios.

Ask Ajay: Episode One

Videos designed to provide investment related insight across various topics.

CME Brochure

The Managed Futures industry is a diverse collection of active trading strategies which specialize in liquid, transparent, exchange-traded futures markets and deep foreign exchange markets. Some of the approaches taken by managed futures managers exploit the sustained capital flows across asset classes that typically take place as markets move back into equilibrium after prolonged imbalances. Others thrive on the volatility and choppy price action which tend to accompany these flows.

Why Managed Futures?

Why Managed Futures? Created as a tool for Advisors, this client friendly presentation provides a succinct overview of the asset class and examines the impact managed futures can have throughout several market environments.

Ask Ajay: Episode Two

Videos designed to provide investment related insight across various topics.

The Meb Faber Show

As investors, we sometimes can be our own worst enemy, and that’s because we all share a unique investing flaw—human emotion.

The Michael Covel Show

As investors, we sometimes can be our own worst enemy, and that’s because we all share a unique investing flaw—human emotion.