As investing in alternatives such as real estate, private equity funds, hedge fund strategies and commodities grow in popularity, the way these are being used by institutions and investment advisors is changing.

Institutions started broadly investing in alternative investments after the Internet bubble burst, said Darren Spencer, director of alternative investment consulting at Russell Investments.

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