The inclusion of alternative ETFs in a portfolio provides a risk-adjusted benefit to investors, according to research from Lipper.
Alternative ETFs were defined by Lipper as vehicles that seek exposure to commodities and futures markets or provide a leveraged, short, or hedge fund-like investment strategy.
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