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Top Ten: Highest-Return Programs for10 years

Wednesday, July 15, 2009

We feature top managers from a different database every issue.

Managed Account Research Inc. has recently added quite a few new commodity trading advisors to its database. But the managers in the ranking below have long-term track records. They were chosen for their 10-year performance through this May.

Managed Account Research also ranks CTAs across various sub-strategies.

Top 20 Advisors for the Past 10 Years

Ranked by Compounded Annual Return for the Period June 1999 to May 2009

    • Manager and Program
    • Ten-Year Compounded Return
    • Ten-Year Worst Annual Drawdown
    • Saxon Investment Corp
      Aggressive Diversified
    • 25%
    • -31%
    • Quicksilver Trading Inc
      Diversified Program
    • 24%
    • -26%
    • Red Oak Commodity
      Advisors
    • 21%
    • -33%
    • Impact Advisory Corp.
      MAP
    • 21%
    • -6.8%
    • Tactical Investment Mgt.
      Institutional
    • 20%
    • -30.8%
    • Dreiss Research Corp.
    • 19%
    • -32%
    • Abraham Trading Corp.
      Diversified
    • 19%
    • -27%
    • Mulvaney Capital Mgt.
      Ltd.
    • 18%
    • -41%
    • Clarke Capital Mgt.
      Millennium
    • 18%
    • -33%
    • LJM Partners Ltd.
    • 18%
    • -63%



 
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