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Top Ten Best performers since October 2005 from Managed Account Research Inc.

Friday, January 07, 2011

Five-Year Best Performers

These are the top ten commodity trading advisors for the past five years among those that manage more than $10 million, according to Managed Account Research Inc. They were ranked by compounded annualized return for the five years since October 2005.

For a discussion of Clarke Capital's Worldwide program, seventh in this ranking, see the interview with Michael Clarke in this issue's Founders.

Please note that some of these programs are available only to Qualified Eligible Persons as defined by CFTC Regulation 4.7. In addition, the number one program in this ranking, Pere Trading Group's PT program, is currently closed to new investments.

 

CTA

Program

5-year annual return

1. Pere Trading Group LLC 

PT

36.44%

2. Tactical Investment Mgmt

Institutional  

25.50%

3. Saxon Investment Corp

Global Diversified

24.80%

4. Hawksbill Capital Mgmt.

Diversified

23.72%

5. Quicksilver Trading, Inc.

Swiss Futures Trading

23.16%

6. Dighton Capital USA          

Worldwide

21.34%

7. Clarke Capital Mgmt

Contrarian 3X S&P

21.18%

8. Paskewitz Asset Mgmt

Contrarian 3X S&P

20.32%

9. Red Oak Commodity Advisors

Fundamental

19.93%

10. Heyden & Steindl GmbH

TOMAC2

19.89%



 
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