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Pros and do it in a highly volatile market but you don't wanna sit there scrutinizing your Ameritrade and E*Trade account all day long as you have another job.
We'll Tyler Vernon says he's your man he's the chief investment officer at Biltmore capital investment strategy he's here with his.
Alternative investment strategy -- everybody's looking.
For so called -- for that opportunity to make some money it's really hard right now for -- -- it's a stock pickers market is there an easier way to do it.
-- I just think people need to be much more diversified every below what many people in our industry talk about stocks and you have to be owning stocks all the time and that.
You know the the pros we talk about the pros a lot of the the Harvard and Yale these these endowments universities -- -- -- away 10% annual returns over the last twelve years where the market has been flat.
And done just in the last couple years the SEC has adopted some.
-- new types of structured things like managed future so these are traders that are literally sitting in front.
Of the screen they're trading futures on things like.
You know dollar yen so currencies commodities metals and they can go quickly long and short and these are the things that investors really don't do at home you wouldn't wanna really get involved in the futures.
Markets we want to contrast this -- right now we're showing something like the Dow Jones industrials on the screw up you know so many of these names Hewlett-Packard and I'll call -- at at next Disney.
And yet if you go into what Tyler what you're talking about specifically managed futures commodity trading baskets of these things -- sort of ETFs.
The traders are they're making those long short trades all over the place and you don't have to worry about it it you can participate in the growth of it as Yale for example is -- and we just get a second a week ago.
On that the so called deal curse everybody trying to mimic the returns of the Yale endowment fund he can't do it.
Yeah -- everybody gets caught up with it in the stock market emotion of the first quarter was great.
But managed futures in you know in general again these these are traders that are trading these markets there's an index in 2008 the futures market was actually up.
For this category of traders when the market was down so incidentally.
Last month in a fund that we use.
Was up over 4% so when the market was down it's nice to have some things that zig when other things that -- Let's show it mutual hedge frontier legends ticker symbol MHF.
-- at us here at -- year to date you can see the big jump.
Yep -- today and again -- -- if you look at the first all the what is what it does it gives you access to professional traders that are -- they're trading the futures market so there there it it's it's a very actively -- strategy there's about twelve different managers that are dealing they're managing millions of dollars that are you know going long and short currencies long short commodities that are making those decisions so the people at home don't have to make a little bit more.
Sophisticated and then there's the second -- market feel ticker symbol MF LD -- Us market feels a long short fund everybody went when he talked about you know investing you talk about buying something at 25 and selling -- -- thirty.
And most investors -- home they think about the in the market going up while the market hasn't just done that over the long term especially of the last thirty days.
We think it's important have strategies in there that can shorten the market as -- goes down as well as buy into them as it goes up.
So again having investment having managers they can -- make quick snack decisions to get out of things on the long side -- shorting the Facebook's of the world in these things that are making money as as they go down.
-- -- a lot of people out there have a job hopefully or -- worried about it and they don't have the expertise -- Tyler is coming back with.
Three stock names actually able to -- -- one ETF.
So he started with -- the more exotic things and now he's coming back in just a few minutes to name some names perhaps that you might happen your portfolio already but might -- also consider.
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