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HTS Commodities, a division of Hilltop Securities Inc., combines a long history of industry connections and deep experience to help you implement successful risk management and trading strategies.
Our teams work with individual investors and producers to develop investment, trading, and hedging strategies to manage risk and diversify their portfolios. Our specialization in key commodity markets allows our brokers and consultants to create highly focused recommendations and strategies within livestock, grains, cotton, energy, metals, U.S. Market Indices, and U.S. Currencies.
We follow a customized approach in delivering consulting services to producers and consumers seeking to improve their marketing strategies, minimize their price risk exposure, and position themselves to hedge as well as capture market opportunity.
Our consulting model provides full-service marketing management, with our team building and managing hedging strategies and actively working with producers to execute from start to finish.
Over the long term, managed futures can represent a class of “alternative investments” which could provide diversification to a traditional portfolio of equities and bonds.1 Qualified Investors can participate in the futures and commodities markets using managed futures, which can provide:
1Diversification does not ensure a profit or guarantee against loss. It is a method used to manage risk.
HTS Commodities works with investors to facilitate diversification into the futures and commodity markets. Whether you are looking to invest directly in futures and commodities, or in one of our other areas of alternative investments, we provide the means and opportunity to diversify your portfolio.
HTS Commodities trades futures and options contracts from numerous industries that represent a variety of underlying assets including, but not limited to:
Treasury bonds, treasury notes, and eurodollar, fed funds, and SOFR
Corn, soft red and hard red wheats, rough rice, feeder and live cattle, lean hogs, soybeans, soybean oil, and soybean meal
Crude oil, natural gas, heating oil, and gasoline
S&P 500, Dow Jones, Russell 2000 and Nasdaq-100
Gold, silver, platinum, palladium, copper, and aluminum
Sugar, coffee, sugar, orange juice, cocoa, cotton, and lumber