Millburn Corporation Need help with terms? United States Type: Commodity Trading Advisor (CTA) Registrations: NFA ID: 0000119 Program Past 12 Months Sep YTD CAROR WDD AUM Min Inv Visits Commodity Program -1.36 2.05 7.45 -30.85 $ 239.0M $ 25,000k 9235 Diversified Program 1.04 14.29 15.04 -25.65 $ 734.0M $ 20,000k 27109 Multi-Markets Program 13.72 7.65 -23.77 $ 237.0M $ 25,000k 7882 Past performance is not necessarily indicative of future results. The risk of loss in trading commodity futures, options, and foreign exchange ("forex") is substantial. CTA Introduction Millburn Ridgefield Corporation and its affiliated entities are successors to an asset management firm established in 1971. Millburn’s team currently numbers over 50 individuals. At Millburn, our mission is to provide investors with innovative absolute return strategies that have the potential to enhance traditional investment portfolios with strong uncorrelated returns through time. These strategies target opportunities in a wide range of global markets under a variety of market conditions. Our portfolios cover themes that we believe are significant to all investors including: the strength or weakness of the U.S. dollar, rising or falling global interest rates and equities and the value of many essential commodities. Millburn’s employees and principals have a substantial portion of their own net worths invested in these portfolios. Managed Futures and Commodities Millburn is a pioneer in the development of absolute return strategies with a strong commitment to innovation through a well funded research effort. Money management decisions for Millburn investment programs are made pursuant to a quantitative, systematic and objective approach. At Millburn, we seek to maintain an appropriate balance between risk and opportunity. We attempt to achieve this balance through an ongoing systematic review of objective market criteria which may result in adjustments to our commitments. Through the years, Millburn’s approach has been uncorrelated to the long-only investments that dominate the core of most investment portfolios and therefore may help investors generate improved risk-adjusted performance. We attribute this lack of correlation to the broad range of markets included in our investment programs and an objective method that seeks opportunities in periods of rising and falling markets.