Commodities hedge funds post strong gains for second year

"More opportunities could present themselves here throughout 2022 for the top hedge funds we track," says Ryan Duncan, Bridge Alternative Investments Inc.'s Managing Partner.

Bridge Alternative Investments Inc.'s Managing Partner Ryan Duncan. | Photo: PR: Bridge Alternative Investments Inc.

Commodities hedge funds have posted strong returns for a second consecutive year in 2021 as the energy transition created trading opportunities from crude oil to base metals.

The Bridge Alternatives Commodity Hedge Fund Index, which tracks some of the largest commodities-focused funds including Andurand Capital Management and CoreCommodity Management LLC, reports "positive double-digit performance" for 2020 and 2021, the firm says in a statement.

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