2) Who should use managed futures?

Managed futures may be appropriate for investors looking for greater diversification of their traditional portfolios with a long-term investment horizon. Managed futures can help investors gain exposure to markets and strategies that are uncorrelated with traditional asset types. They can also provide insight into the trading of a professionally managed account. In addition, institutional investors such as pension funds, endowments, and family offices are increasingly allocating capital to managed futures. However, managed futures may not be right for everyone, and it is important for an investor to understand all the risks involved before investing in managed futures.


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