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When adding alternatives to a portfolio, the allocation source matters. These
tips can help you determine where to reduce other allocations in favor of liquid alternatives.
Alternatives Portfolio Manager Hitesh Patel explores how his team is finding yield outside of traditional investment markets.
Head of Investment Solutions Cleo Chang explains our alternatives team’s active approach in one of the longest bull markets on record.
As interest rates continue to rise and chip away at bond returns, investors may want to look beyond traditional fixed-income holdings. One attractive alternative in a rising rate environment: collateralized loan obligations (CLOs).
May 30, 2018
As markets wrestle with rising rates, a reduced Federal Reserve balance sheet and the impact of tax reform, could alternative investments provide an avenue for investors to diversify their portfolios beyond stocks and bonds?
February 16, 2018
Niche income securities provide interesting opportunities in the hunt for uncorrelated returns. Head of Investment Solutions Cleo Chang explains why.
If you have clients looking for fixed-income solutions in the current market environment, consider an
active alternative to help manage risks.
Even though asset-backed securities (ABS) represent a small part of the overall securitized market, learn about why we believe this asset class offers potential diversification benefits and attractive risk-adjusted performance.
Subprime automobile loans packaged as asset-backed securities (ABS) may offer attractive uncorrelated returns and a short duration profile, but don't come without risk.
Asset-backed securities (ABS)
Alternative mutual funds that hold a variety of non-traditional investments also often employ more complex trading strategies than traditional mutual funds. Each of these different alternative asset classes and investment strategies have unique risks making them more suitable for investors with an above average tolerance for risk.