By J.P. Asset Management via Iris.xyz
With investment returns around the world declining, investors have increasingly been looking beyond traditional asset classes to pick up incremental returns and further diversify their portfolios.
That’s where the potential of alternatives comes in, says Yazann Romahi, Chief Investment Officer of Quantitative Beta Strategies at J.P. Morgan Asset Management and Lead Portfolio Manager of JPMorgan Diversified Alternatives ETF (JPHF). Once only available to institutional investors, alternative strategies are becoming more mainstream and accessible to individual investors.
A new take on diversification
Alternative strategies are a very important source of diversification in investor portfolios, as they can give investors access to liquid, low-cost and transparent investment styles that were previously only available through illiquid and high-cost investment vehicles.
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