Novus Precious Commodities, a managed futures program
offered by Novus Investments LLC, is ranked Top Performing Commodity Trading Advisor (CTA) in the United States for the 5 year period of 2009-2013 according to Autumn Gold.
Novus Precious Commodities Strategy Objectives
The Novus Precious Commodities Strategy seeks to achieve the
maximum growth of capital within defined risk limitations. The Strategy trades
commodity futures, both long and short, on a discretionary basis with an
emphasis on precious metals.
Our goal is to exploit the underlying trends and volatility
with proper risk management tools such as limit orders, trailing stops, and
occasional selective option strategies to enhance returns. We believe that the
continued expansion of money supply (Austrian definition of inflation), and
other inflation-fueling monetary and fiscal policies, along with supply/demand
imbalances will help these markets continue to develop tradable trends for
years to come.
The goal of the Novus Precious Commodities Strategy is to
outperform commodity and managed futures index funds through the prudent use of
leverage with proactive management of risk.
Principles of the Novus Precious Commodities Strategy
Novus Precious Commodities is a diversified long/short
strategy with an emphasis on precious metals.
This Strategy is neither a buy/hold nor a quant strategy nor
a high frequency trading program. If there is any underlying bias to the
strategy, it is the belief that all fiat currencies in the world are
intrinsically worthless with no absolute value other than the faith and credit
that is assigned to them. In a world of Twists, ZIRPs, LTROs and QEs, we feel
that something has to give…. And therein lays a tremendous opportunity for profit
Novus Precious Commodities is an aggressive strategy, and like
any other trading strategy it will always have ups and downs and risk of loss,
but it is designed to attempt to eliminate fat tail risks through the use of
risk management tools such as protective stops.
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