Alternatives

Reimagined

Re-think traditional portfolio

Diversification

Go beyond playing

Defense

Context Macro Opportunities Fund (CMOTX)

Mark Alexandridis, First Principals Capital Management

John Culbertson, President and CIO

Andrew Wert, Managing Director

sophisticated alternatives

for sophisticated advisors

Our investment products are
designed to provide:

Positive return
Asymmetry

Differentiated
return Streams

Low Correlation to Risk assets in times of stress

Our vision is to create investment products that provide return streams that are differentiated in that they have low correlation to risk assets in times of stress and provide positive return asymmetry. Through partnering with institutional managers we strive to create high quality funds that are used by sophisticated advisors in their client’s portfolios. We strive to create investment products that have differentiated return streams in that they have low correlation to risk assets in times of stress and provide positive return asymmetry.

The Funds

Context Macro Opportunities Fund

It pursues moderate absolute returns in normal market environments and outsized returns when risk assets significantly underperform.

Context Strategic Global Equity Fund

It pursues the benefits of Global Equities while protecting against significant drawdowns.

News & Insights

News

CAM Announces Launch of CGPGX 01/2017

Context Asset Management, a provider of alternative mutual funds for retail and institutional clients, today announced the launch of
the Context Strategic Global Equity Fund (Institutional Shares: CGPGX).

News

CONTEXT ASSET MANAGEMENT EXPANDS LEADERSHIP TEAM WITH ADDITION OF MATT ROWE AS CHIEF STRATEGY OFFICER 06/2016

Context Asset Management, a provider of alternative mutual funds for retail and institutional clients, today announced the expansion of its leadership team with the addition of Matt Rowe as Chief Strategy Officer.

Insights

Defining Alternative Success 06/2016

Jason Zweig’s cynical view of the investment world might be hyperbole for effect, but he raises a good point. Wall Street leans on the “hope” of an investing public, as investors seek “magic” in new investment products.

Insights

Resisting the Chase: Reimagining Liquidity and Diversification 08/2015

Mutual fund bond investors have reached an unwelcome crossroads. With interest rates at historic lows, they have spent much of their post-crisis existence cautiously ascending the risk ladder in search of yield. Over time, each step up has offered less compensation for incremental risk, but investors have been unwilling—or too fearful—to abandon their positions and sacrifice hard-sought, often meager, returns.