Against the backdrop of an extremely accommodative monetary policy by the Fed, low interest rates, and a booming U.S. stock market generating historically high returns (with historically low volatility), alternative investments have largely fallen out of favor with investors. The author of today’s article argues that investors are making a common mistake in regards to alternatives – and that now is the time to consider adding alternatives to one’s portfolio. What is this common mistake – and why might now be the time to invest in alternatives? CLICK HERE.
What Investors Get Wrong With Alternatives – And Why Now May Be The Time To Buy
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