SCT Capital Management Need help with terms? United States Type: Commodity Trading Advisor (CTA) Registrations: NFA ID: 0290008 Program Past 12 Months Mar YTD CAROR WDD AUM Min Inv Visits The Adaptive Quant Trading (AQT) Program 0.14 2.99 3.86 -6.67 $ 226.2M $ 10,000k 12881 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 Name of Program: AQT (Adaptive Quant Trading) Company: SCT Capital Management Investment Program Description: The AQT (Adaptive Quant Trading) program employs a mix of short term strategies based on volatility, momentum, and counter-trend patterns on 40+ of the most liquid futures contracts globally. The program is conservative in risk exposure with holding periods of 5 days or less, limited capital allocation to any one strategy, and tightly controlled overall portfolio leverage. Since inception, AQT has had a worst drawdown of 4.9% with a realized volatility of 7.7% based on monthly data. The program is 100% systematic, including the process of asset allocation where risk exposure in monitored and adjusted on a constant basis. The strategies and trading systems in the program have matured over twelve years of proprietary trading at Morgan Stanley and Deutsche Bank, and five years as an independent sub-advisor to Deutsche Bank. The newer strategies in AQT are adaptive, based on a periodic automated statistical learning theory procedure that takes as input our database of market indicators and produces as output many simple uncorrelated agents that are assembled into a well calibrated trading strategy. The database of indicators are based on a blend of 17 years of trading experience and market knowledge and advanced quantitative analysis. The philosophy underlying the newer strategies, which we intend to continue adding, is that markets are complex and computers are able to extract hidden emerging patterns based on powerful statistical methods that are not easily recognized by humans.