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Top Ten: An asset-based ranking from the Altegris 40 Index.

Thursday, January 07, 2010

Ranking By Assets

The following programs are components of the Altegris 40 Index, which tracks the performance of the 40 leading managed futures programs as reported to International Traders Research, an affiliate of Altegris Investments, Inc.

The Index has been active since January 1990. It is derived from a proprietary database of more than 500 Commodity Trading Advisor programs. The programs in the index are those with the largest equity in the previous month.

Note: The list includes only CTAs tracked by International Traders Research. There may be other programs not tracked by ITR that outperformed or underperformed those listed which, if tracked, would affect the order of the rankings.


PAST RESULTS ARE NOT NECESSARILY INDICATIVE OF FUTURE RESULTS.

 

Program

 Nov '09 Return 2009 as of Nov 2008 Return

Man-AHL

Diversified Program  

5.48% -11.34% 24.92%

Winton Diversified

Trading Program

5.12% -2.83%

20.25%

BlueCrest

BlueTrend Fund

7.12% 9.72%

43.34%

QIM Global Program  2.12% 15.33%

11.94%

Transtrend Diversified Trend 

Program - Enhanced Risk

2.11% -6.81%

29.38%

Aspect

Diversified Program

8.08% -7.11% 25.44%

FX Concepts

Global Currency Program

0.79% -15.45% 11.49%
Graham K4D-10 Program 4.24% 3.63% 21.82%

Campbell Financial, Metal

& Energy Large Fund

3.50% -3.68% -0.70%

Aisling Analytics

Merchant Commodity

-3.10% -3.69% 23.87%



 
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