What You Need To Know About Alternatives After the Fed Rate Hike
With the Fed finally hiking rates in December, Alternative Investments have been thrust into the spotlight. RCM Alternatives is gathering some of the best minds in the Managed Futures space January 27th to discuss the upcoming trends in Alternatives in 2016 and how they perform in changing market environments (like ones dealing with a Fed Tightening Cycle).
What you'll learn:
What type of Alternative Investment are out there, and how they can differ from each other
How to access alternatives via mutual funds, private funds, and custom structures
How the world will look different in a world of rising interest rates (last seen before there was such a thing as an iPhone)
5 specific Alternative Investments you can make now to add diversification to your portfolio
The event is free. There will be a panel and cocktails to follow.
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