Investment strategies which can embrace different objectives and degrees of risk-taking
Enhanced, active management, arbitrage, relative value, cash management, long/short, tangible assets or indices: we can offer you a whole range of investment strategies in order to fully exploit the return potential of commodities... [+]



A comprehensive range of solutions covering
the whole spectrum of needs
Thanks to its unique expertise in the commodities management field, Diapason Commodities Management offers a comprehensive range of solutions covering the whole spectrum of investor needs. The commodities market is uncorrelated with share and bond fluctuations over the long term... [+]



Commodities Insight Weekly (08.02.2016)
Gold’s outperformance: could it be different this time
Gold prices peaked in September 2011, but then there was a tremendous start in 2012, gaining more than 14% through the first two months of the year. By year-end, gold was well off of its late February highs. In 2013, gold traded sideways, with a weak year-end close. Gold started 2014 again with a bang; the first two and a half months had gold rallying by 14% to a peak of nearly $1,400 per ounce. Gold ended the year below $1,200. We saw the same pattern from January last year – gold added more than 10% to just above $1,300, only to end 2015 below $1,100 per ounce. Now, it is early 2016 and gold has risen from circa $1050 in November to near $1175 last week. Will it be more of the same sad story, or is it different this time? [+]