Institutional Investors are evaluating if a plain vanilla portfolio comprised of stocks and bonds can be just as effective, simpler to manage, and reduce overall costs compared to the one that contains complex alternative investments. Is this a short-lived trend or does it have legs? What are the facts and prudent mechanisms to evaluate if alternative investments should be part of an actively managed portfolio? In the world of high-frequency trading and innovative investment products, can institutions essentially accomplish similar results of risk and reward without alternative investments? This unplugged session will be an audience engaging debate with facts leading the discussion. Every attendee will be able to take home practical answers to this question - Are Alternative Investments Dead?
Provide practical and prudent information with which attendees can make informed decisions.
Engage and empower the audience to reach their own conclusions led by facts.
SPG Fiduciary Partners of Raymond James
Concurrent Session (Onsite Only)
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