CommStock Trading LTD.
Established in 1981, CommStock Trading LTD, a fully licensed brokerage firm based in Jerusalem, has been providing private investors and corporations with advisory and money management services in international stocks, commodities, bonds and currency markets.
Since 1997, CommStock has been fully licensed and regulated by the Israel Securities Authority. The firm specializes in commodity futures and options trading, backed by many years of experience and a proven track record.
As agents of Trackdata, CommStock provides banks, brokers, data redistributors and private clients with live international quotes, charting and direct order entry systems.
CommStock specializes in investing in worldwide commodity futures markets, focusing on precious metals, energy, grains and softs. Our investment decisions are based on both technical and fundamental studies.
Managed futures have been used by investment management professionals for over 30 years.
Investors looking to maximize portfolio exposure continue to increase their use of managed futures as an integral component of a well-diversified portfolio.
With the ability to go both long and short and to implement option strategies, managed futures are highly flexible financial instruments with the potential to profit from both rising and falling markets. Moreover, managed future funds have virtually no correlation to traditional asset classes, enabling them to enhance returns as well as lower overall volatility.
Considered experts in our field, the CommStock-managed Commodity Mutual Fund was the top earning fund out of almost 1,000 Israeli funds that was profitable during the collapse of 2008.
CommStock places highest priority on dependable service and professional and ethical standards. Our clients retain full control over their funds by opening a segregated account in their name at a major US brokerage firm, or one of the largest Israeli investment houses.
Academic research(1) suggests that investment portfolios should assign up to 15% of the portfolio in commodity futures to enhance returns and lower overall volatility. We believe that to be true, today more than ever!
(1)Gorton, Rouwenhorst (2004), “Facts and Fantasies about Commodity Futures”, Wharton & Yale Universities.