Outlook For Managed Futures Is Bright

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The historical record on the benefits of managed futures investing is indisputable, but some advisors are understandably skittish. The strategy has, after all, suffered negative calendar-year performance in three of the past four years. But, according to Altegris Advisors' Matt Osborne, an examination of market behavior over the past 20-plus years may help to put the recent performance of managed futures into perspective, and provide investors with some comfort that current returns are not somehow a proverbial new normal.


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