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Thursday, February 25, 2010

Diversified Traders

These are the top performing diversified traders for the past three years in the Managed Account Research Inc. commodity trading advisor database. They have been ranked by compounded annualized return for the period from January 2007 to December 2009.

Some of these programs are only available to investors who meet the financial requirements for Qualified Eligible Persons as describe in CFTC regulation 4.7.

Investment Three-Year Compounded Annual Return 2009 Return
Livestock CTA
Livestock Program
54.09% -2.76%
Global Wealth Analytics
Global Wealth Class B
52.70% 26.05%
The Barbashop LLC
Managed Account
51.76% 8.50%
RAM Management Group
MRTP-Aggressive
41.52% 4.33%
District Capital Management
Diversified
35.42% 16.24%
BAM Asset Management LLC
Program 1
32.99% 37.65%
Saxon Investment Corp
Aggressive Diversified
31.47%  19.24%
Blackwater Capital Mgmt. LLC
Global
30.83% 16.38%
Clarke Capital Mgmt.
Worldwide
27.66% -11.09%
Pardo Capital Limited
XT-99 Diversified
26.39% -49.06%


 



 
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