STAIRS by White Indian
The White Indian Trading Company Limited Managed Futures STAIRS program employs an Intermediate term counter trend method for it’s trading strategy. This program is structured to trade large, liquid commodity futures. This allows the trading method to not capitalize itself out of the markets that it has utilized to generate the historical returns upon which it is based. The Management employs various financial strategies to manage risk. This includes the placement of time or price stops.
*Important to note that the stairs program has been traded on the CTA’s account past 2007, records available. This is the reason this program passes our time available test.
Program Date: 08-Mar-05
CTA Management Fees: 2%
CTA Performance Account: 20%
Minimum Placement: $25,000
Return Since Inception (Net of Fees): 43.83%
Average Annual Return: 23.31%
Worst Drawdown: -17.63
Accounts & Assets Statistics
Inception of Trading by CTA: October 23, 2008
Inception of Trading pursuant to the offered program: October 23, 2008
# of Accounts: 22
Profitable Accounts 22
Total Assets Traded Pursuant to offered program – Actual: $ 754,828
Total Assets Traded Pursuant to offered program – Nominal: $1,374,432
Total Assets under management by the CTA $1,374,432
Lifetime Performance Statistics
Range of Lifetime Rates of return -0.37% to -14.50%
Largest Monthly Drawdown: 13.33%/May 2009
Worst Peak to Valley Drawdown: 17.24%/Jan-May 2009
Number of Profitable Accounts that have been
Opened and closed: 2
Number of Losing Accounts that have been Opened and closed: 8
eManaged Futures confirms that this product fits within our mission to provide the best of the best in Managed Futures products. The following criteria below are met.
* Positive Returns in every year of account life including the crash of 2008
* Inception Date of 2007 or earlier
* Average Return net of fees 14% or greater
* Industry’s Strongest Return to Drawdown Ratio
We recommend this investment as a worthy placement within your portfolio to achieve returns consistency and risk worthy long term growth.
Reminder: There is a substantial risk of loss in futures trading. Past performance is no guarantee of future profits.