A dealer works on the ground of the New York Stock Trade in New York, the US, March 18, 2020.Michael Nagle | Xinhua Information Company | Getty ImagesMost fund managers use an array of indicators and statistics to form their funding methods. For Michael Gayed, the important thing lies inside the S&P 500 utilities sector and U.S. Treasurys.Gayed manages the ATAC Rotation Investor Fund (ATACX), a tactical fund that is designed to place itself relying on how the S&P 500 utilities sector and Treasurys are performing. This strategy has yielded large returns for the fund’s shoppers.The fund — which has a five-star Morningstar score — is up 57.7% for 2020 and ranks within the prime percentile amongst funds in its class. The ATAC fund is outperforming others within the “Tactical Allocation” class by almost 60 share factors and its benchmark index by 59.1 share factors, Morningstar information exhibits. CNBC spoke with Gayed, who broke down the technique.