Vision Capital Management (Commodity Trading Advisor) Announces April 2008 Returns

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Vision Capital Management, a Commodity Trading Advisor trading commodity futures, has announced its April 2008 returns at http://www.forwardthinking.vc. Vision Capital Management trend-follows 55 commodity futures markets on 14 exchanges over 6 continents. The most active commodity futures markets that Vision Capital Management traded in April were Crude Oil futures, Cocoa futures, S&P 500 futures, and Pork Belly futures.

Some futures markets, such as Crude Oil futures and Cocoa futures continue to trend. Other futures markets such as S&P 500 futures and Pork Belly futures moved adversely against our diversified portfolio. Overall, we view these movements as market corrections to be expected in our long-term trend-following strategy.

Vision Capital Management (http://www.forwardthinking.vc), a Commodity Trading Advisor (CTA) and emerging manager trading commodity futures, posted a loss of 2.17% for its CTA program and a minor gain in its Commodity Pool (hedge fund) for the month of April 2008. Additional details, including required risk disclosures, can be found at Vision Capital Management's website at http://www.forwardthinking.vc. Accredited investors must register for a login to access the Commodity Pool (hedge fund) information.

In April, Vision Capital Management was active in 44 commodity futures markets in April 2008, the most active of which was Crude Oil futures and Euro Dollar futures. Many commodity futures and financial futures markets were consolidating after several months of volatile price action. For this reason, most of Vision Capital Management's portfolio's activities were relatively flat. However, based on current positioning in commodity futures markets like crude oil futures, Vision Capital Management may be able to capitalize on a resumption of trends, which may bode well for its trend-following approach.

Dario Michalek, CEO and portfolio manager of Vision Capital Management (http://www.forwardthinking.vc), described his outlook on many commodity futures markets: "Some futures markets, such as Crude Oil futures and Cocoa futures continue to trend. Other futures markets such as S&P 500 futures and Pork Belly futures moved adversely against our diversified portfolio. Overall, we view these movements as market corrections to be expected in our long-term trend-following strategy." More information on the commodity futures markets Vision Capital Management trades can be found at http://www.forwardthinking.vc.

About Vision Capital Management

Vision Capital Management is a registered Commodity Trading Advisor (CTA) and Commodity Pool Operator (CPO) and is classified as Managed Futures investing in commodity futures, one of the fastest growing asset classes in investments today. Vision Capital Management's trend-following strategy was developed over ten years with the intention of building a vast portfolio of commodity markets that could generate value opportunistically.

Vision Capital Management's (http://www.forwardthinking.vc) commodity futures portfolio consists of 55 commodity futures and financial futures markets traded over 14 futures exchanges in 6 continents. These include many commonly traded futures markets such as Crude Oil futures, Gold futures, Soybean futures, and Natural Gas futures; and also commodity futures markets that are not commonly traded, such as Sunflower Seed futures, Azuki Beans futures, Bankers Acceptance futures, and more.

Vision Capital Management has recently undertaken a vast re-branding and performance marketing campaign with Extract Value, a Los Angeles-based alternative investments branding, marketing and lead generation firm (http://www.extractvalue.com).

Contact:

Vision Capital Management
Dario Michalek
801-489-5605
http://www.forwardthinking.vc

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