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Top Ten: Stock index traders with the highest returns.

Tuesday, June 02, 2009

TOP TEN

We feature top managers from a different database every issue.

We present a stock index sector ranking from Managed Account Research Inc. These stock index traders have the highest compounded annual returns for the three-year period that started April 2006. In terms of assets under management, the managers are very diverse, ranging from about $157 million managed by Paskewitz to less than $1 million managed by several others.

The Managed Account Research database provides information on various alternative investments, including but not limited to managed futures programs.

Top Stock Index Traders for the Past Three Years

CTA and ProgramThree-Year Compounded Annual Return12-Month ReturnYear-to-Date
Pere Trading Group Pere Trading Program49.35% 56.20%-25.60%
Desoto Capital Mgmt. E-Mini Program 36.40% 43.99%4.15%
White Indian Trading Co Ltd. STAIRS33.02% 33.94%5.71%
Paskewitz Asset Mgmt. Contrarian 3X S&P Program 32.93%31.10%-0.26%
Parrot Trading Parrot Trading Partners 29.64%-6.29%-5.78%
Golden West CTA LLC Options 20.42%-3.81%2.89%
Eickelberg & Assoc. Inc. Stock Index Option Program15.82%11.34%1.13%
The Roy Funds Systematic Equity Indices Large-Cap13.80%27.21%2.39%
GrowthPoint Investments Index Condor13.57%23.38%3.22%



 
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