Investment Programs: Commodity
The investment strategy employed in the Commodity Program seeks to provide long-term positive returns with low correlation to equity, fixed income and hedge
fund portfolios. EMC employs quantitative, systematic trading models across a broad range of liquid global commodity and currency markets. Sectors traded
include precious and base metals, energies, agricultural, soft commodities and currencies.
PAST PERFORMANCE IS NOT NECESSARILY INDICATIVE OF FUTURE RESULTS. THE RISK OF LOSS IN TRADING COMMODITIES CAN BE SUBSTANTIAL. YOU SHOULD CAREFULLY CONSIDER
WHETHER SUCH TRADING IS SUITABLE FOR YOU IN LIGHT OF YOUR FINANCIAL CONDITION. FUTURES TRADING INVOLVES A HIGH DEGREE OF RISK, INLCUDING LIQUIDITY RISKS,
NO SECONDARY MARKET EXISTS, RESTRICTIONS ON REDEMPTIONS AND THE RISK OF FOREIGN SECURITIES.
Tables and charts prepared by EMC Capital Advisors. Performance represents all accounts traded in the EMC Commodity Program, net of fees. The EMC Commodity
Program does not reflect the performance of any one account, but rather a combination of the historical performance of multiple accounts and portfolios
with varied fee structures. Therefore, an individual account and a particular trading portfolio may have realized more or less favorable results than the
composite indicates. Data derived from Backstop Barclay Hedge. Prior to October 1, 2013, accounts were managed by EMC Capital Management, Inc., the predecessor
of EMC Capital Advisors, LLC.
EMC Commodity Program Portfolio
New Zealand Dollar
ICE Gas Oil
ICE Brent Crude Oil