Parkestone Capital Management, LLC Need help with terms? United States Type: Commodity Trading Advisor (CTA) Registrations: NFA Program Past 12 Months Mar YTD CAROR WDD AUM Min Inv Visits Collision Methodology N/A 2.12 -27.06 $ 90k 3705 Past performance is not necessarily indicative of future results. The risk of loss in trading commodity futures, options, and foreign exchange ("forex") is substantial. Portfolio ManagerFrederic Parke CTA Introduction COLLISION METHODOLOGY PROGRAM col·li·sion [ kuh - lizh - uhn ] Physics. The meeting of particles or of bodies in which each exerts a force upon the other, causing the exchange of energy or momentum. Parkestone’s Collision Methodology® embodies the meeting of innovation and discipline, creating a serendipitous opportunity within the confines of a complicated and often non-sensical financial world Collision Methodology® is a repeatable pattern recognition design that is combined with rigorous risk management. This “collision”, when taking the definition within the confines of physics, embodies the combination of quantitative buy and sell decisions with systematic profit/loss parameters, creating a powerful and decisive investment discipline. After more than 30 years of observing and trading the Bond Markets, Parkestone has been able to quantify buy and sell signals based on repeatable price behavior that occurs. Combining this with an objective and disciplined risk management overlay, Collision Methodology® was born. Collision Methodology® utilizes a short-term buy and sell discipline, generating five to eight quantitative trade signals per month. It is characterized as a short term pattern recognition methodology. It is 100% systematic and quantitative. There are no discretionary decisions that enter the discipline to Collision Methodology® and trading signals are never over-ridden. Collision Methodology® trades one instrument only, the 10-Year T-Note Futures. It is considered one of the most liquid trading vehicles on any stock or bond exchange. However, because it is concentrated only to the 10-Year T-Note Future, it is to be considered as a part of one's overall investment portfolio. Importantly, it is non-correlated to traditional asset classes (stocks, bonds, gold, real estate, etc.). The investment objective is to extract consistent returns in both up and down markets, with zero or little correlation to traditional markets.