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Superfund targets USD 100 million for Japan Fund

Superfund is focussing its investment lens on Japan’s retail investors, with the launch of Superfund Blue Japan. The firm hopes to secure USD 100 million within twelve months for the fund. It will use a market-neutral strategy picking investments from 2,500 global equities. The fund joins Superfund’s stable of two other managed futures funds in Japan, which use computer modelling to identify price signals in futures markets. Johann Peter Santer, President of Superfund Securities Japan Co., told Bloomberg that the fund “will only take short positions in futures indexes, while its long bets will be in single securities.”  

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