Frankfurt, Germany, May 06, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Gerstein Global Futures is known for its alternative investment plans; specifically in managing multi-advisor funds that combine the return flows of numerous skilled and all professional Commodity Trading Advisors to create comparatively superior risk adjusted returns plausible low volatility.
The soon to be released Strategic Multi-Advisor Managed Futures Funds will be launched in the third quarter on the current year and will be globally released early in the first quarter of the following year. This firm’s new alternative investment program is projected to assist in diversifying assets of investors across large number of respectable money managers whose knowledge and capabilities in technical strategies are undeniably excellent.
These well-respected financial advisors are financial experts, who are skilled in trend following, trade pattern detection, option volatility arbitration and intra-market spreads. The soon-to be introduced Multi-Advisor Managed Futures Funds will employ the most comprehensive and far-reaching trading strategies across more than 50 futures exchange traded markets worldwide at different time zones.
The program’s objective will be focused on performance of at least getting 10 up to 30 percent of yearly profits and with at least 10 percent historical draw-downs while is annual volatility is anticipated to 10 up to 15 percentage only. Furthermore, the Commodity Investment Group assigned on this program will work together to achieve the objectives and goals through due diligence which also plays a significant role in the achievement of the entire program’s strategies. The assigned Group is also expected to perform its duties thoroughly in order to make a qualitative and quantitative screening, supervising and selection process.
Presently, the new managed futures program has an initial funding of $1.4 billion and is predicted to increase the soonest the program will be released and introduced to highly experienced and expert traders and investors.