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Report: Trend Following

Trend following is still the dominant strategy within the world of managed futures. However, not all trend followers are necessarily cut from the same cloth. In this report we'll present multiple mechanisms for identifying both when a trend starts and when it ends.

What You'll Learn:

  • Technical indicators such as Bollinger Bands, Donchian Channels, and Moving
    Average Cross Overs

  • The two primary types of trend following methods

  • Performance when stocks are up and when stocks are down

  • In-depth reports on two top CTAs - Covenant Capital and IMFC 

  • Transparency & Liquidity 



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