It was not long ago that the term alternative investments prompted images of exotic venture capital, private equity and hedge fund investment strategies frequented almost exclusively by very wealthy households and institutional investors.
Since a lot these investments typically are more opaque than individual stocks, mutual funds and bonds, they seemed intractable and arcane.
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