Alternative investments become open to wider field

11/7/2012 | Smart Business online

Investment strategies offering alternatives to stocks and bonds that previously were accessible only through hedge funds and partnerships are increasingly available to smaller investors, says John Micklitsch, CFA, director of wealth management at Ancora Advisors. Options include "liquid, public mutual funds, exchange-traded funds or closed-end fund formats that are tradable and accessible to retail investors and smaller institutions alike," Micklitsch said. "What this means for investors is the potential to build more diversified portfolios than ever before."

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