Haarlem, Netherlands, July 01, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- The Structured Commodity Fund is expected to gain profits principally through exposure to commodity-associated derivative instruments supported by fixed-income securities portfolios. The new trading service will be under the management and supervision of the Kaufmann-Rothstein International’s Alternative Investment Division with Mr. James Wilworth as the Immediate Supervisor of Structured Commodity Fund.
Fundamentally, the Structured Commodity Fund proposes to utilize controlled, well-directed, regimented and structured investment procedures that accentuate expansive exposure among commodity sectors. By following a policy-based strategy that integrates predetermined allocations and orderly rebalancing, the Structured Commodity Fund Service also attempts to make the most of positive perceptible and behavioral distinctiveness of each commodity asset class to created cumulative proceeds over its targets.
Exposures to commodity trading are chosen according to the many factors which may include market liquidity and volatility and supposed risks and prospective benefits. The occurrence of rebalancing will also depend on the variation between the relationship of individual commodity and its volatility.
“Most of the commodity standards as well as dynamic trading strategies that fall within the specific category are profoundly converged in specific commodity clusters,” said Dorothy Belton, the Managing Director of Kaufmann-Rothstein International’s Research and Strategy Department. “In connection with other strategies focused on commodity investments, we endeavor to augment the risk-attuned profits through rebalancing and reconsidering the advantages of volatility, correlation and diversification.”
“We have certainly developed our robust capacities in our structures investment trading strategies as we have also effectively applied these across our variety of asset categories. We are also thrilled to proffer this new investment strategy to our institutional investors during periods when they are actually looking for reflective commodity exposure,” remarked James Wilworth. Kaufmann-Rothstein International has significantly acquired the supports of trading individuals for its various structures investment trading strategies, with almost $4 billion existing institutional allocations.