Over the past couple of years, institutional and retail investors alike have dramatically increased their demand for alternative investments. This demand has been driven by a combination of record low interest rates, a so-called “lost decade” for equity markets, increased correlation among traditional public equity investments and heightened geopolitical and economic risks beginning with the financial crisis of 2008.
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