I feel compelled to write this letter, sadly I wish my audience were bigger. Dear Mr. Ms. Hedge Fund Manager, While I appreciate the liquidity and volume you bring to the commodities market, I would like to ask you to close your positions and you have a greater grasp of the markets you trade and the underlying fundamentals that drive the markets. I have no doubt the quants you hire are very bright, however, they do not have even the most basic understanding of commodities or futures. This can be easily demonstrated by the fact that supply and demand have you bearing on the markets any longer. Because the Dow Jones is up 50 pts. does not mean the supply of oil, heating oil, nat gas or tea in china will be diminished in any meaningful way. As a second point, when the market drops in all likelihood you fund will blow up. I only speak for myself and I'm sure my sentiment is shared by many commodity traders who were on the floor trading while you were on the floor while your mommy was wiping your ass. In closing, please read Peter Lynch's and invest in what you know, take your 3%, your shelf life will be much longer. Thank you and the DNC does not approve or disapprove of this message.