Victoria, Australia, August 28, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Today, in a video press conference held at the firm’s main office at Australia, it has finally confirmed that a training course dedicated to the study of managed futures will be slated before the fourth quarter of the current year ends. The managed futures training course, which will be participated in by some notable professional lecturers from different Business Schools and Universities both in United States and Europe, is projected to last for one whole month with estimated course fee of $95 per participant.
Mr. James Kennedy, IDM INTERNATIONAL’s Global Head for Managed Futures Division said: “This is indeed a thrilling addition to our managed futures and alternative investment program, and definitely part of a new movement, to an essentially overlooked asset class, the managed futures. In this training course, we will try to dig deeper on the differences between stocks and managed accounts and at the significance of a balanced investment and trading portfolio.”
“I am excited to join this course as I want to learn more the ropes and intricacies in managed futures,” said Mike Svensson, a trader for six years from New York. “It is also very interesting to know our point in history, because we all know that there is really need for an investment product that is not significantly tied to the stock market performance or to the economy as a whole. Therefore, the concept of non-correlation is much more exciting!”
“I am also expecting that this course will offer a much vivid sense of how some equity-impartial investments can help diversify investment portfolio. Non-correlation with the stock market is one of the many reasons why the managed futures asset class is growing so fast,” Svensson added.
“In my years of profession and career in this industry, sometimes, most of the market participants are hesitant to try trading in a non-correlated asset classes such as in managed futures. It is for this reason that we will attempt to reach out traders and investors with a new training course that will help them realize how beneficial managed futures trading is,” explained Kennedy.
“I have seen different positive movements as some financial advisers as well as other finance professionals are starting to open their minds on the possibility of equity-impartial investing with managed futures. And I do hope that we can bring the best in every trader’s objective and that is to be productive and successful in trading managed futures,” he added.