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Alternative Trading Strategies From Seasoned Experts

HilltopSecurities’ Strategic Asset Group is backed by a professionally-staffed trading desk and seasoned brokers with experience in multiple areas of the futures and commodities markets. The full spectrum of futures trading encompasses an exciting, and often complex, arena of financial opportunity and risk. Markets available for trading include:

• Speculative trading
• Metals
• Hedging strategies
• U.S. market indices
• U.S. and foreign currencies
• Agricultural products
• Energy products

Regardless of your goals, experience or needs, our experienced staff has the knowledge, research, and capabilities to facilitate your trading needs.


Increase Your Portfolio Diversification With Futures & Commodities

  • Buying and selling coins and bullion
  • Numismatics trading (Rare Coins)
  • Estate liquidation
  • Refining
  • Specialty minting Managed Futures

Over the long term, managed futures can represent a class of “alternative investments” which could provide valuable diversification to a traditional portfolio of equities and bonds. Qualified investors can participate in the futures and commodities markets through the use of managed futures.

  • Potential to lower overall portfolio risk
  • Opportunity to enhance overall portfolio returns
  • Broad diversification opportunities
  • Opportunity to profit in a variety of economic environments

*Source: CME Group Managed Future: Portfolio Diversification Opportunities, 2012

*Diversification does not ensure a profit or guarantee against loss Commodity futures contracts are ineligible for SIPC protection There is a risk of loss in trading futures Futures trading is not right for everyone

Speak with an advisor today to learn more about futures & commodities trading.

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