Managed Futures burst on the investing scene after Harvard professor, John Lintner, published a paper that showed a correlation between adding managed futures to your portfolio and reduced risk. To a young managed futures industry, such a paper became foundational in how the investment world, specifically institutional investment, viewed managed futures.
However, that was 25 years ago. A lot has happen in that time. Do Lintner’s conclusions still hold weight?
Below is a short video from the CME Group about updates made to the famous Lintner paper. It further explains what managed futures are and why they may benefit your portfolio.
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