It doesn’t matter where we go or who we talk to- everyone wants more information on managed futures. As an asset class, managed futures is rarely accurately described or adequately explained, which is part of the reason we allocate the resources we do to investor education.
Now, though, we’re taking it to the next level. Attain is pleased to announce that we will be hosting a webinar on June 19th at 1 PM CST entitled Managed Futures: An In-depth Look at an Overlooked Asset Class. The webinar will feature commentary from Attain’s team, as well as insight from the CME, Sunrise Capital, RIAs helping clients make managed futures allocations, and attorneys specializing in the space, providing participants with actionable information on how to access the asset class. Most importantly, the webinar will include a Q&A session at the end, giving you the opportunity to ask whatever questions you may have of those leading the space. The best part? It’s free.
We hope you’ll be able to attend. Space is limited, so register today!
Forex trading, commodity trading, managed futures, and other alternative investments are complex and carry a risk of substantial losses. As such, they are not suitable for all investors.
The entries on this blog are intended to further subscribers understanding, education, and â€“ at times- enjoyment of the world of alternative investments through managed futures, trading systems, and managed forex. Unless distinctly noted otherwise, the data and graphs included herein are intended to be mere examples and exhibits of the topic discussed, are for educational and illustrative purposes only, and do not represent trading in actual accounts.
The mention of asset class performance is based on the noted source index (i.e. Newedge CTA Index, S&P 500 Index, etc.) , and investors should take care to understand that any index performance is for the constituents of that index only, and does not represent the entire universe of possible investments within that asset class. And further, that there can be limitations and biases to indices: such as survivorship and self reporting biases, and instant history.
Managed Futures Disclaimer:
Past Performance is Not Necessarily Indicative of Future Results. The regulations of the CFTC require that prospective clients of a managed futures program (CTA) receive a disclosure document when they are solicited to enter into an agreement whereby the CTA will direct or guide the client’s commodity interest trading and that certain risk factors be highlighted. The disclosure document contains a complete description of the principal risk factors and each fee to be charged to your account by the CTA.