The Optima Managed Futures fund must be one of the oldest funds of funds featured in the performance league tables. Dixon Boardman, the urbane chairman of the $2bn Optima Group, describes the fund as a 'Steady Eddie futures fund.'
The $100m managed futures fund started life 12 years ago, with Boardman investing in what he felt at the time were the 'legends of the industry' ' 'and we haven't changed the format much since then,' he says.
The key is to stick with what you know works best in the ma
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