Is 2016 Managed Futures Dominance Headed For A March / April Speed Bump?

Is 2016 managed futures dominance a trend that is coming to an end? When beta market environments come and go, certain algorithmic trading strategies can be expected to experience positive and negative market environments. With managed futures CTA strategies being on top of the world in 2016, driven by strong price trends in oil and stocks, could that positive managed futures trend be ending?


The end of managed futures dominance: Price trend reversals lead to difficult market environments for certain CTA strategies

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