Manager's Corner

By Matthew Bradbard

In this month’s Manager’s Corner Update, we have Golden Point Capital, 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.

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Golden Point Capital Management’s investment objective is to achieve superior absolute returns by utilizing a proprietary trend trading strategy which tracks numerous commodities across multiple markets, both domestic and foreign. Golden Point Capital’s trading strategy is entirely systematic, utilizing mathematical models to enhance all aspects of the trading model. Golden Point Capital takes pride in the research and ingenuity it has used in developing all aspects of its proprietary trend trading strategy.

Click here to access the performance capsule for Golden Point Capitals' CTA Program.

25 Questions Every Investor Should Ask     

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

Golden Point Capital Management, LLC’s Global Systematic Program
Principal: Glenn J. Graham, CAIA

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

Glenn Started working in algorithmic trading as a Quantitative trading analyst at Allston Trading, LLC in 2006. He was soon promoted to running Allston’s Metals Trading Desk. In 2008 He was..... Click here to access this full questionnaire!

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