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Revisiting The Role of Alternatives
in Asset Allocation

From the US stock market’s bottom in March 2009 through December 2015, US broad market equity indices returned more than 200%, far surpassing the gains made in most alternative strategies. As a result, many institutional investors are finding themselves faced with the question: Why invest in alternative assets if they underperformed equities and cost significantly more than traditional strategies?

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Long-term views on the investment implications of mega-trends

A Silver Lining

The unprecedented aging of the global population creates increased opportunities in senior housing, multifamily condos, biotech, and the emerging silvertech industry. Institutional investors should consider how this mega-trend could affect their portfolios, given the trend's evolving impact on consumer spending and far-reaching effects on emerging nations, home to two-thirds of the world's elderly.

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Current views addressing institutional investor concerns

What does U.K.'s Brexit mean for the markets?

The U.K. decision to make a so-called “Brexit” from the European Union, while a significant event with far-reaching political, financial and economic implications, will play out over a fairly long period. Investor concerns are understandable, but it’s important to avoid overreacting to current volatility. As we have seen over the last 140 years of managing money, major events often create temporary upheaval as sentiment does more to drive markets than a real understanding of long term outcomes.

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