EF Financial Services is an emerging commodities money manager offering an array of trading programs to individual investors as well as institutions. To do this we use proprietary trading strategies to access some of the most liquid US electronic futures markets in the world. With the ability to rapidly enter or exit positions it is our ongoing goal to take advantage of market fluctuations either up or down. Unlike many managers we are also comfortable staying on the sidelines if market conditions are not favorable for our style of trading. Through this type of thinking we strive to offer uncorrelated alpha-generating strategies that will adapt and benefit from all market conditions.
Another key benefit of trading with EF Financial Services is that we have relatively low minimum funding requirements. For example some of our strategies only require a starting balance of $10,000 USD, much lower than many other commodity money managers. By keeping our investment minimums low we hope to give individual investors the opportunity to participate and diversify their portfolio within the futures markets. Conversely we also offer trading strategies that require a minimum deposit of $100,000 USD or more which are aimed at institutions and high net worth investors. These strategies allow for additional flexibility in our trading and allow us to evaluate and trade within more futures markets at the same time. Regardless of how much an investor has to invest our programs offer full transparency, daily liquidity and no lock up restrictions unlike many fund investments. Through EF Financial Services you´ll gain access to a commodity trading advisor using a managed account structure. Under a managed account structure your funds will be custodianed with your FCM allowing us to focus on your individual investment each time we elect to trade instead of being concerned with the complexities of back office fund accounting.
EF Financial Services is registered with the Commodity Futures Trading Commission as a Commodity Trading Advisor ("CTA"), and is a member of the National Futures Association.