What We Provide
Blue Sky Capital provides its clients with the opportunity to invest with all available professional Commodity Trading Advisors (CTA’s) and Money Managers.
We are proud to be independent, offering you the freedom and flexibility to work with any professional money manager that fit’s the firm’s criteria of track record, strategy, and performance & dynamic ability to manage risk.
Our strategic approach to alternative asset management focuses not solely on trend-following, but rather on finding tactical specialists who add alpha, have unique trading skills in a special niche, and who have low correlation to each other. Most importantly, we seek CTA’s who have proven abilities to navigate the markets in a manner that minimizes volatility yet successfully delivers alpha.
Our Service Principles
- Ensure Risk Management
- Remain upfront
- Clarify expectations
- Deliver results
- Provide Liquidity & Transparency
- Extend trust
Our clients are worldwide, as are we. Meeting face-to-face is a priority and we can be found connecting with clients who are searching for opportunities. We know by attending major events around the globe that we will continue to develop a vast network of options to present. You can find us at high-profile gatherings in every channel. We make it a point to know everyone and connect people together. The experience our travels give us enables Blue Sky Capital Management to present many off-market opportunities to our clients.
Domestic and International
Private High Net Worth Individuals
Corporate Offices & Institutions
American Indian Tribal Nations
The responsibility of a regulated financial market is to protect the rights and interest of the common investor by enforcing the required set of protocols. Regulators establish requirements on trade reporting, dispute handling mechanisms, and disciplinary actions against the non-compliant offenders.
A derivatives contract can be traded on a stock/index or on forex/commodity/futures and different US organizations regulate these categories.
Contracts traded over stock/index are overseen by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA). Contracts over forex/commodity/futures are watched over by the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) and the National Futures Association (NFA).