If I was proud of something, it’s that we lost very little during the bad periods.—Scot Billington
In This Episode, You'll Learn:
- An overview of what happened in 2014 and where they made money.
- Which factors contributed to profits in 2014 and which factors were the laggards.
- Dissecting the market effect of sliding oil prices in 2nd half of 2014 and the "un-pegging" of the Swiss Franc to the Euro.
- Evolving perspectives on risk management in response to events of 2014.
Correlations are something people use a lot and often improperly. They can be encouraged to cause someone to take more risk.—Scot Billington
- Deconstructing the Optimal Program and how to mitigate risk in higher leverage environments.
- Actions taken to keep a typical program or an Optimal Program from going to zero.
- Changes in client perspectives of a CTA strategy no one predicted would do so well a year ago.
- What Scot Billington would wish for in 2015.
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