Alternative investments broadly popular as interest rates sag

06/10/2013 | BenefitsPro.com

The proportion of financial advisers who include alternative investments in client portfolios has more than doubled since 2010. More than three-quarters of advisers do that, and big players such as public pension funds are among those seeking higher returns. Alternatives, however, can cover a wide range of investments and can fall under broad headings such as precious metals, currencies and international equities.

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