Newedge VTI down 1.18 per cent in January
The Newedge Volatility Trading Index fell by an estimated 1.18 per cent in January 2010.
This follows an estimated decline of 1.29 per cent the previous month.
The index has returned 8.24 per cent since inception.
Newedge VTI consists of 11 funds: Acorn Derivatives - Absolute Return Offshore; AM Investment Partners V Fund; BAM Opportunity Fund; Bay Hill Capital Fund; CAAM Funds Volatility World Equities; JD Capital - Tempo Volatility Fund; Lyxor G-Multi USD; KBD Capital Partners, Class B; Maple Leaf Macro Volatility Fund; MM Capital Select Fund; and Swiss Alpha - Alpha Strategies Fund.
Newedge VTI is a performance measure for the volatility trading and arbitrage style within the hedge fund universe. It is an equally weighed portfolio of volatility trading and arbitrage funds.
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