The Metolius Enhanced Fund returned 4.25% in May. Profits came in metals and currencies while losses were in bonds.
The Metolius Enhanced Fund returned +2.44% in April. Profits came in stock indices and grains while losses were in currencies and fixed income.
The Metolius Enhanced Fund returned +0.93% in March. Profits came in currencies and stock indices while losses were in metals and softs.
The Metolius Enhanced Fund returned 10.56% in February. It was led by energy and bond trading, with small losses in metals.
The Metolius Enhanced Fund returned +2.53% in January. Profits came in grains (+1.48%) and energy (+0.52%) while losses were in bonds (-0.33%).
The Metolius Enhanced Fund made +9.49% in December led by stock index (+1.76%), grain (+1.58%) and currency (+1.43%) trading with losses in bonds (-0.39%).
The Metolius Enhanced Fund made +2.95% in November led by stock index (+1.45%) and grain (+.61%) trading. Losses came in the fixed income (-.71%) space.
The Metolius Enhanced Fund lost -3.79% after all fees and expenses in October, bringing YTD returns to +18.62%.
The Metolius Enhanced Fund lost -8.00% after all fees and expenses in September.
The Metolius Enhanced Fund returned 4.87% in August after all fees and expenses.
Metolius lost -4.21% in September. Fixed income (-2.13%) and metals (-1.28%) were the main negatives.
The Metolius Diversified (Offshore Feeder) Fund returned 3.12% in August (the Metolius Enhanced Fund returned 8.13%)
The Metolius Diversified (Offshore Feeder) Fund lost –0.49% in the month of July.
The Metolius Diversified (US Feeder) Fund returned +2.86% in the month of December.
The Metolius US Feeder Fund lost -1.37% in August bringing YTD losses to -8.26%.
The Metolius US Feeder Fund lost 1.56% in July. The bulk of the losses came in currencies (-0.69%) and energy (-0.38%).
Metolius was down -1.78% in June bringing year to date losses in the US Feeder Fund to -5.51%.
Metolius’ difficult run continued with a negative return for May (-1.59%) in the US Feeder Fund.
March was a more subdued trading month than the first two months of the year and brought a loss of -0.70% for the Metolius US Feeder Fund.
In January, the Metolius US Feeder Fund returned 4.50% and the Enhanced Fund 8.93%.
The Metolius US Feeder Fund returned +1.14% in December, bringing its net annual return to -0.87%.
September showed a loss of -0.39% in the Metolius Diversified US Feeder Fund.
The Metolius Diversified (US Feeder) Fund was flat in June with a gain of +0.04%.
The Metolius US Feeder Fund was down -1.50% in February bringing YTD losses to -3.00%.
The Metolius Diversified US Feeder Fund gained +1.49% in December and ended 2016 with a loss of -0.04%.
Metolius returned +0.43% in November with short positions in fixed income markets (+1.82%) leading the way.
The Metolius Diversified Fund lost -0.45% in October with the Metolius Enhanced Fund, a 2.5x levered vehicle, losing -0.82%.
The drawdown for Metolius continued with a loss of -2.07%, turning the year negative.
Metolius returned 1.30% in February after enduring a difficult last half of the month.
Metolius lost –1.04% in December to finish the disappointing year at –1.52%.
Metolius returned +2.98% in November, with both metals and currencies up +1.13%. The only small loss…
Metolius had a loss of –2.24% in October, bringing the year-to-date return down to…
Metolius finished September flat losing –0.01%. Losses came in currencies (-0.71%) and metals (-0.36%), with profits…
Metolius finished on its low point for the month losing a total of –0.51% in August. Given the volatility in…
The Metolius Diversified Fund finished the month of July with a small gain (+0.14%). Profits were seen in…
The Metolius net return for April 2015 was -2.92%, bringing YTD performance to +2.54%. The losses, while…
Metolius lost –0.61% in March. Losses came in stock indices (–0.80%) and grains (–0.42%), while profits…
Metolius lost –1.91% in February. Losses were sustained in bonds (-1.00%), currencies (-0.81%) and metals…
Metolius finished January +8.34%. Positive returns came from currencies (+5.40%) and bonds…