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May 28, 2024, 8:24 AM
The interval fund sector has gone through unprecedented growth over the past few years. Yet there has been very little coverage of how these funds are actually performing, until now. In the article we provide a broad overview of interval fund performance, and highlight some of the top performing funds. Our goal is to separate the signal from the noise and see what really works over the long term. This is a reprint of an original article from
Mar 27, 2024, 5:05 AM
Destra Capital Advisors LLC (“Destra Capital”), a boutique asset management firm, today announced that it will acquire the investment management contracts for the Altegris/AACA Opportunistic Real Estate Fund, Altegris Futures Evolution Strategy Fund, the Altegris/Crabel Multi-Strategy Fund and various other related assets to include the Altegris Winton Futures Fund LP from Altegris Advisors LLC (“Altegris”). Altegris has been at the forefront of providing innovative alternative investments since its founding over 20 years ago. Their multi-strategy, real estate and managed futures solutions will provide a meaningful enhancement to Destra’s current suite of alternative investment offerings.
Feb 29, 2024, 6:24 AM
Chicago, IL – The Destra Flaherty & Crumrine Preferred and Income Fund, distributed by Destra Capital Investments LLC is pleased to announce it's February 2024 monthly distribution.
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Q1 2024 Update for the Destra Multi-Alternative Fund (DMA)
Memorial Day is behind us now and it is time for the Summer Blockbusters. So with a nod to great movie quotes of the past, here is your May Credit Events newsletter!
April saw the Destra Credit Strategies Indicator (“CSI”) deliver an overall negative result of -0.86% on average with 12 of 18 sub-strategies declining on a total return basis for the month. This was a far cry from March, when the CSI was up a positive +1.33% on average and 17 of 18 categories were green!