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Top Ten List: The most recent ranking from Autumn Gold

Tuesday, February 24, 2009

TOP TEN

We feature top managers from different databases.

The list below comes from Autumn Gold, a commodity trading advisor information service founded by Kim Avery. This is one of several types of rankings available for the service.

Ms. Avery has been involved in the futures industry since 1977. She has worked for E.F. Hutton, Merrill Lynch, Balfour Maclaine Futures, Price Group and Futures Asset Management. From 1992 through 1998 she was European marketing consultant to Renaissance Technologies in marketing the Medallion Fund to European investors.

Autumn Gold January 2009 Top Ten Funds

ProgramCompanyLast Monthly Return12-Month Return
Silver ConservativePearlman CRA24.7%(-)60%
Aggressive GrowthMadgroup Invs.18.4%80%
Ultra S&P (Proprietary Trading) Paragon Capital Mgt.13.1%(-)30%
Stairs ProgramWhite Indian Trading Co.10.6%55%
VCM-Global Futures 2XVision Capital Mgt.10.3%136%
Trading EdgeStein Inv. Mgt.10.2 (-)14%
Standard GrowthMadgroup Invs.10% 33%
FX Global YieldWaypoint Capital Mgt.9.9%(-)4%
Option Selling StrategyFinancial Comm. Invs.9.2%(-)19%
Diversified FuturesProgram Marchese Capital Mgt.8.4%62%



 
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