From managed futures billionare David Harding to the legend of John W. Henry, to the tale of Bill Eckhardt and the Turtle Traders - there are plenty of alluring stories within the history of managed futures. Today's managed futures landscape has evolved to a place where some of the largest money mangers in the world are managed futures programs.
How managed futures can trace its roots back to the 1800s.
The bet that led to one of the most remarkable trading experiences of all time.
What can be learned from the rise and fall of managed futures legend John W. Henry.
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