Superfund Group Need help with terms? Austria Type: Commodity Trading Advisor (CTA) Registrations: FMA ID: 122880g Program Past 12 Months Jul YTD CAROR WDD AUM Min Inv Visits Superfund Green EUR SICAV 11.82 6.41 -29.53 € 106.2M € 5k 4462 Superfund Green GCT USD N/A 9.01 -61.05 $ 15k 13147 Superfund Green Gold A (SPC) -1.45 5.13 -62.60 $ 9.0M $ 5k 17255 Superfund Green Gold B (SPC) 3.99 5.68 -65.14 $ 9.0M $ 50k 13146 Superfund Green Gold C (SPC) N/A 1.00 -71.96 $ 100k 14586 Superfund Green Gold L.P. Series A-1 N/A 3.30 -47.26 $ 5k 12191 Superfund Green Gold L.P. Series B-1 N/A 0.19 -50.61 $ 5k 11006 Superfund Green GOLD SICAV 4.49 16.36 -35.95 $ 106.2M $ 20k 6626 Superfund Green L.P. Series A N/A -0.37 -51.57 $ 5k 16344 Superfund Green L.P. Series B N/A 0.44 -60.31 $ 5k 12945 Superfund Green Master 19.74 10.94 -65.13 $ 2.5M $ 2,000k 15280 Superfund Green Q-AG 7.04 7.49 -41.99 € 20.0M € 2k 16559 Superfund Green SILVER SICAV 10.28 17.07 -42.33 $ 106.2M $ 20k 6557 Superfund Green USD SICAV 12.52 8.80 -28.14 $ 106.2M $ 5k 5362 Superfund Red EUR SICAV -1.69 -3.33 -33.83 $ 8.5M $ 10k 7486 Superfund Red One SP I - Class A EUR N/A 6.05 -19.01 € 10k 4584 Superfund Red One SP I - Class A Gold N/A 15.16 -27.07 $ 10k 5236 Superfund Red One SP I - Class A Silver N/A 7.12 -34.05 $ 10k 5030 Superfund Red One SP I - Class A USD N/A 8.44 -17.86 $ 10k 4792 Superfund Red USD SICAV -1.20 -1.90 -30.63 $ 8.5M $ 10k 8502 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 Superfund companies are privately owned and together form a consortium of investment companies specializing in trading and offering Superfund managed futures funds which strive to achieve absolute returns with low relative volatility and low correlation to traditional investments and other alternative investments. The use of advanced technology trading systems has resulted in strong annual average performance over the medium to long term. Technically based managed futures funds, like Superfund funds, are having a greater influence in the non-institutional world as private investors demand access to sophisticated investments previously available only to a more limited universe of investors. In March 1996, members of the Superfund group of companies, originally known as Quadriga, launched one of the world’s first retail hedge funds. By 1997, the proprietary software and trading systems were further refined, resulting in a fully automated approach to trading.