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Jaguar Investments Limited

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Jaguar Investments Limited not only received our top overall spot on RCM's Semi-Annual Managed Futures Rankings*, but they also ranked number one in three other individual categories*. We think that merits a further investigation into their performance, their risk management, and their unique approach to the markets. Specifically, both of their programs** are not trend following, and both have managers with colorful backgrounds. 
  • Detailed analysis about their discretionary program that trades metals

  • Detailed analysis about their spread-systematic program that trades energies 

  • Hot Seat Questions discussing drawdowns and risk management  

  • How Jaguar uses artificial intelligence with pattern recognition to find returns

*(Risk Control, Risk Adjusted, and Managers with less than $100 AUM) RCM’s Semi Annual Managed Futures Rankings last Updated February 2016.

** (Programs are only available to Qualified Eligible Persons (QEPs), as that term is defined by the CFTC regulation). 

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