It’s time for a managed futures spotlight, and this time, the light is shining over Rosetta Capital Management, LLC- Rosetta Trading Program. Algorithmic traders sure seem to be generating a lot of media interest of late. Look at any major financial publication or blog and you are sure to see some sort of discussion on the evils of high frequency trading and how computers are bringing the financial world to its knees. However, today we’re going forgo the discussion on super computers and high powered algos to focus on the exact opposite approach- fundamental trading (yes, it still exists).
Anyone can be a fundamental trader and base trade decisions on the supply and demand picture outlined by the fundamentals (weather, crop conditions, demand, the US Dollar, etc.), but, in our experience, it is much, much more difficult to find the fundamental trader who can feel, believe, and think correctly on a consistent basis. You see, they do something computers don’t quite do yet- analyze information from a qualitative perspective, relying on sound judgment. Do they trust the USDA report? Do they believe the weather will really be that bad? Do they think this time will be the same as past markets or different?
Would you trust yourself to be right on issues like those? We believe Jim Green of Rosetta Capital Management is one of those special fundamental traders, who not only has the know-how of how all the pieces fit together, but the instincts for knowing when to trust the data and when not to.
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