After a few weeks of longer content, we revert back to our normal programming. Somewhat shorter content, and more focused on the actual Data in the Database. With more than 80% of the managers reporting data for August 2023, we can now highlight the top 5 and bottom 5 results. Below we summarize the best and the worst performing strategies across each strategy.
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It is worth noting that while the general Commodity Trading Advisor (CTA) industry tends to be trend-driven, there are always outliers that are driven by specific markets or market effects. This can make for a high degree of dispersion among the best and worst-performing funds within a given category, but it can also provide valuable insights into how different strategies react to different market developments.
To explore the full list of CTAs and their rankings, including dynamic updates as new data becomes available, we invite you to visit our website at the Link provided.
Market Neutral is a popular strategy among investors due to its low volatility and steady returns over time. Unlike other strategies that may produce large gains or losses in a short period, Market Neutral tends to accumulate returns gradually over time. This makes it an attractive option for those looking to achieve steady, long-term growth without taking on excessive risk.
To explore our extensive list of Market Neutral funds and their dynamic rankings, we invite you to visit our website at the link provided here.
Equity Long/Short strategies are investment approaches that involve taking both long and short positions in equities in order to potentially profit from the performance of individual stocks or the broader equity markets.
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Event-Driven managers are commonly exposed to various arbitrage/spread risks related to specialist situations securities. Managers with concentrated exposure tend to end up on this list and exploring the drivers of out or underperformance may yield insights.
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Similar to Equity Long/Short managers, Fixed Income managers are typically influenced by the underlying market conditions. However, for this list, the focus is on managers who are sensitive to a specific subsector of the Fixed Income market, particularly those engaged in the lowest part of the capital structure.
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Risk Premia managers are commonly implemented well explored and researched systematic strategies. These may be viewed as a general proxy for Hedge Fund exposure. Performance of specific factors may reveal differences and similarities to your own portfolio. To explore our extensive Risk Premia list, with dynamic rankings, please see Link
Crypto markets have recently seen reduced volatility, but that has not stopped particular managers from showing high return variability. Returns tend to be double-digit (or even triple-digit for the best funds), simply due to the volatility of the asset class. To explore our extensive Crypto Strategy list, with dynamic rankings, please see Link
Past performance is not indicative of future results.