Alternatives Popular Because Investors Want Diversification, Not Alpha
While the stock market soared and investors returned to US equities, 2013 was also a banner year for alternatives (private equity, hedge funds, real estate, and others) as both institutional investors and retail investors became more eager to take advantage of what had been niche strategies in the recent past.
But part of the reason alternatives have a much broader appeal is . . .
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