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Welcome to SpreadEdge Capital, LLC

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Managed Futures Accounts

SpreadEdge Capital, LLC provides managed account programs for the futures market. Our goal is to provide customers with consistent, over-sized returns while keeping losses and drawdowns to a minimum. Investment decisions are based on a proprietary investment program that utilizes historical data to identify seasonal spreads that have shown a propensity to move in the same direction during most of the past years. Trading futures involves substantial risk of loss and is not suitable for all investors.

Subscriptions Services

For the “Do It Yourself” trader, SpreadEdge Capital, LLC offers subscription services that are tailored to your individual risk tolerance and trading capital. Every weekend a Newsletter is published that provides a Watch List of 10-20 trades for the upcoming trading week, charts and commentary on many of the current open trades, and detailed tracking on all trades recommended. Also included is a Trading Journal that provides tips and guidance to improve your spread trading skills.

Executive Summary

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Darren Carlat is the Managing Director of SpreadEdge Capital, LLC and is responsible for all aspects of the company's operations including market research, trading, customer satisfaction, and operations management.

Investment Strategy

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The program involves “Spread” trades which entails the buying of a futures contract for one month and the simultaneous selling of the same futures contract for a different month. The program leverages 15 years of historical trends combined with current market action to determine the best investment decisions. SpreadEdge makes both long and short investments in a portfolio of domestic commodities.

Markets Traded

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Markets generally traded include (but are not limited to) crude oil, natural gas, gasoline, gas oil, heating oil, wheat, corn, soybeans, soybean meal, soybean oil, live cattle, feeder cattle, lean hogs, cotton, coffee, sugar, cocoa, euro dollar, and copper.

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