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May 2002

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May 2002 was a tremendous month for trend followers. Some sample returns for the month of May 2002:

• KMJ Capital Management +16.70% (2nd Generation Turtle)

• Millburn Ridgefield +14.13%

What markets were they winning from? Some examples:

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• Performance traded the Turtle trend following system alone the numbers would be nearly 25% higher since there are no performance fees to pay.

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