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Welton’s QEP Program Wins Systematic Equity Fund of 2015

Posted on April 13, 2016 in Press Releases

Welton is pleased to announce that our Welton Global Quantitative Equity Portfolio (“QEP”) has won “Systematic Equity Fund of 2015” at the Investors Choice Awards Americas.

Welton GDP Wins CTA Fund of 2014 at Investors Choice America Awards

Posted on April 2, 2015 in Press Releases

Welton’s Global Directional Portfolio (GDP) program selected as “CTA Fund of 2014” by a distinguished panel of established institutional investors.

Are There Times When a Short-Term Mindset Could Benefit Investors?  Yes, Suggests Research by Welton

Posted on October 7, 2013 in Press Releases

Welton’s latest whitepaper explores one of the most mathematically reliable, yet least isolated sources of portfolio diversification, investment holding period. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CALIFORNIA -- Welton Investment Corporation today announced the release of their latest whitepaper, "Finding Diversification: The Geometry of Time and Correlation." This paper examines the impact of…

Welton Investment Joins Hedge Funds Standards Board as Signatory Member

Posted on September 26, 2013 in Press Releases

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CALIFORNIA -- Welton Investment Corporation, a leading alternative investment manager specializing in quantitative global macro strategies, today announced that it joined the Hedge Funds Standards Board (‘HFSB’), a standard setting body for the hedge fund industry, as a signatory member. The HFSB brings together managers, investors, regulators…

Welton Up +18% in 2010, Delivering Positive, Uncorrelated Performance

Posted on January 18, 2011 in Press Releases

Outperforms Peers, Industry Benchmarks CARMEL, CA – Welton Investment Corporation (‘Welton’), today announced that the firm’s flagship Global Directional Portfolio ‘GDP’ managed futures program returned 18.31% in 2010. The 2010 investment landscape was dominated by two major global macro themes, declining interest rates due to quantitative easing (QE), and escalating…

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