Hedging on Liquid Alternatives

Offered largely in mutual fund form—but also accessible as separately managed accounts—liquid alternatives have been marketed as a way to bring alternatives to the masses. All the diversification benefits of a hedge fund, without the 2-and-20 fee structure and a lengthy lock-up period—and available in a format easily accessible by the everyday investor.  But Institutional Investors having long-term investment horizons,  can afford a little illiquidity; with a large scale, they don’t need to turn to mutual funds for diversification.

Can liquid alternative strategies appeal to those investors with access to the real deal?

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