The results (of including managed futures) are so compelling that the board of any institution, along with the portfolio manager, should be forced to articulate in writing their justification in not having a substantial allocation to the liquid alpha space of managed futures. – John Lintner, Harvard Business School Professor
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The strong performance of Managed Futures last year reinforced the point made by John Lintner decades ago. In 2014, all major managed futures indices posted strong returns:
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