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Top Ten: Here is a ranking is from a managed account platform.

Tuesday, March 24, 2009

TOP TEN

We feature top managers from a different database every issue.

These managers are from a managed account investing service —the AlphaMetrix platform for managed futures, commodities and foreign exchange. An interview with AlphaMetrix chief executive Aleks Kins is in this issue's Insider Talk section.

AlphaMetrix does due diligence on managers. The platform lineup changes over time as managers are added or removed. The ranking shown below reflects information as of February 1st.

AlphaMetrix Top Ten Manager Returns.

Manager2009 Year-to-DateAnnualized since Start and Program
Quantitative Investment Mgt. Quantitative Global Program6.3%20%
Conquest Capital Group Macro Composite 6.2%14.5%
SandRidge Capital LP Sandridge Capital Management5%17.5%
Dominion Capital Management Sapphire Program 4.9%10.8%
Crabel Capital Management Crabel Two Plus 3.9% 14.5%
Quest Partners AlphaQuest Short Term Program3.9%14.2%
Oppenheim KaG mbH Tactical Currency Program3.7%11.7%
Cabana Capital Management Global Diversified Program3.6%15%
GLC Ltd GLC Directional Program3.2%11.8%
Fall River Capital Global Opportunities Program3.1%11.4%



 
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