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Managed Futures in the Institutional Portfolio. Edition No. 1. Wiley Finance

  • ID: 2220329
  • Book
  • June 1992
  • 336 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
Provides practical, comprehensive information and strategies for using managed futures successfully. Clearly explains the benefits of managed futures and their role in a traditional portfolio. Uses case studies and firsthand reports to show how corporations are using managed futures. Written by over a dozen top experts in the fields of futures fund and portfolio management.
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THE FOUNDATIONS.

The Potential Role of Managed Futures in Institutional PensionPortfolios (S. Irwin).

Using Alternative Investment Strategies and Managed FuturesAccounts in Pension Portfolios (M. Dunmire).

Multi-Manager Commodity Portfolios: A Risk/Return Analysis (T.Schneeweis, et al.).

APPLICATIONS OF MANAGED FUTURES INVESTING.

Evaluating Commodity Trading Advisors (L. Doerrer).

A Guide to Organizing a Commodity Pool (M. Mitchell & D.Kozak).

Fiduciary Selection and Prohibited Transactions Under ERISA (J.Collins & D. Dygert).

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Accounting and Taxation for Managed Futures and Options (G.Mangieri & J. Oliver).

Managed Futures: The Consultant's View (H. Marmer).

The Financial Considerations of Futures Execution and Clearing(P. Bennett).

Inflation Hedging with Unleveraged Futures (S. Hanke & C.Culp).

Futures Versus Stocks: A Risk Comparison (P. Matthews & P.Magnollay).

Chapter Notes.

Index.
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Charles B. Epstein
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