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Fund invests across the entire commodity spectrum via futures, options, physical trading

Thursday, June 18, 2009
Directional trades, calendar spreads relative value YTD performance (as of 31, May09): +13.76%.

A SQUARE :: 18Jun09 Fund invests across the entire commodity spectrum via futures, options, physical trading
Category Commodity
Author Sona Blessing
In the present environment the fund’s managers seek out large-scale market moves and will continue to step in to take advantage of capitulation highs/lows
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