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June 1, 2015: Vol. 2, Number 6

Going for the Backbone: Investors like how infrastructure combines growth with bond-like cash flow

Author: Sheila Hopkins

Alternative investments have been around for almost as long as investors have been investing in stocks and bonds. They were originally marketed to those with a high tolerance for risk and the ability to absorb large losses — these were not investments for wealth preservation or a retirement portfolio. In recent years, however, the term “alternative” has evolved to simply mean anything besides stocks and bonds. Some alternatives, such as real estate, are now considered a mainstream investment. Others are getting close. 

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