Dairy Advantage – The program primarily involves buying and selling Class III Milk futures on United States regulated exchanges. The Advisor uses his extensive network of relationships with dairy farms, cheese plants, processors and other traders in the dairy sector to form his bias on the market. In addition to this, dairy-related USDA reports provide additional insight on long-term trends in supply, demand and international trade. The program has averaged just 3-6 trade opportunities per year since its inception. The prospective investor should expect long periods of being flat, and once in a position, holding for weeks to months. Further information can be found in the disclosure document, available on this site.
Like the Dairy Advantage program, the Institutional Dairy Advantage program primarily involves buying and selling Class III Milk futures, but due to its much larger minimum account size, it offers meaningful participation in other dairy futures contracts such as cheese, butter, dry whey and nonfat dry milk futures contracts on United States regulated exchanges. This larger minimum account size also allows it to trade further out into the futures curve, where there is less liquidity.