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AMT Futures Adds New Trading Programme to The IQS Performance Fund for Increased Exposure to Commodity Markets Volatility

Wednesday, January 18, 2012
Opalesque Industry Update:AMT Futures, the specialist investment manager and international futures brokerage, announces the addition of a new IQ-C trading programme to the long standing The IQS Performance Fund.

IQ-C is a high volatility trend following system, focused on 30 of the world's most liquid commodity and financial futures markets. Developed exclusively by Altis Partners, the Jersey based Commodity Trading Advisor (CTA), IQ-C will run alongside the fund's existing IQ-A programme which trades 190 markets in 10 key commodity sectors. Altis Partners highly regarded team of quantitative and fundamental research analysts will also manage the IQ-C programme, in addition to IQ-A.

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