Thinking outside the box with alternative asset classes

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Alternative asset classes ranging from real estate to private equity are key tools for portfolio diversification, especially when the urge to reinforce certain positions in portfolios arises in the face of a looming recession.

Alternative asset classes ranging from real estate to private equity are key tools for portfolio diversification, especially when the urge to reinforce certain positions in portfolios arises in the face of a looming recession. The substantiating difference between traditional and alternative asset classes lies in the latter requiring longer periods of time to become liquid, yet they historically produce a higher rate of return. Of course, alternative classes often require sophisticated oversight, as well as patience. Partner Insight - Can alternatives smooth out a bumpy investing land...

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