Manager's Corner

By Roger Welp

In this month’s Manager’s Corner Update, we have M6 Capital Management, answer our “25 Questions Every Investor Should Ask”. Plus get the latest rankings from Barclay Hedge and sign up to receive our Managed Futures Kit.


The M6 Capital Management Standard Program is a fundamental, discretionary program focusing on agricultural markets. The M6 Capital Management investment approach is to identify supply and demand scenarios that suggest a significant change in price. The objective is to deliver consistent positive returns while limiting downside risk. For trade timing, M6 utilizes market behavior, market psychology, and seasonal tendencies along with technical analysis. 

Click here to access the performance capsule for M6 Capital Management's CTA Program.

25 Questions Every Investor Should Ask     

1.) What is the name of the program/programs and who are the listed Principals?

M6 Capital Management Standard Program

Chris Myers is the Principal

2.) Can you provide us with some details of your corporate background?

M6 Capital Management, LLC was formed in 2005 by Chris Myers. Mr. Myers serves the company as the sole owner and managing member as well as being the only authorized trader for the firm. M6 is a Commodity Trading Advisor (CTA) registered with the National Futures Association (NFA).

3.) Who are the Principals with trading authority?

Chris Myers

4.) Can you provide details on the principal and/or managers’ education, career and trading background?

Chris Myers was raised on a 2000+ acre farm in the Mississippi Delta. The farm had row crops, a cow-calf herd, and an aquaculture operation.

Chris received a BS and a Master’s of Agri-Business Management degree from Mississippi State University. In 1995, Chris began working... Click here to access this full questionnaire!

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