Alternative mutual funds, specifically managed futures funds, are becoming a hot commodity for advisors looking to add diversification and dampen volatility in their portfolios.

But buyer beware: The fees for these funds may dwarf those of other alternative offerings and their non-correlation to traditional asset classes can be misconstrued.

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