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  • LATEST NEWS & ARTICLES

    The Grand Illusion

    2015-08-01, By Robert Rotella, CEO, Rotella Capital Management, Inc.
    Norman Angell may not be a household name but perhaps he should be. He was born in England and then immigrated to the United States working at myriad odd jobs such as cowboy, ditch digger, and newspaper reporter. He then returned to England where he won a seat in Parliament and a Nobel Peace Prize. […]

    Q2 Market Outlook

    2015-08-01, By Robert Rotella, CEO, Rotella Capital Management, Inc.
    We may be near a secular low in interest rates which may already have been established in the first half of this year. It is possible for interest rates to stabilize or continue lower from here but the next major move should be higher. Government funding and empty promises will collide with higher interest rates […]

    Rotella Capital Management Appoints Dean W. Crowder, III

    2015-08-01
    CHICAGO, August 1, 2015 – Rotella Capital Management, Inc. (“Rotella”), a Chicago- and Bellevue- based adviser of systematic trading programs in managed futures and equities, today announced that industry veteran Dean W. Crowder, III has joined the firm as Managing Director & Global Head of Strategic Business Development.

    The World is Not What You Think It Is

    2015-03-30, By Robert Rotella, CEO, Rotella Capital Management, Inc.
    The Myths and Realities of Managed Futures. There are many reasons why investors still do not allocate to managed futures versus stocks and interest rates. We will attempt to dispel some of the myths surrounding managed futures and also show some of the reasons an investor may want to consider implementing them in their portfolio. […]

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