Where do you invest in a world of increasing government spending, high unemployment, struggling economies, high taxes, and deflation and inflation? What does a portfolio need to look like going forward to produce sufficient returns?
The past few months I’ve pondered the effect of the most recent financial and political events and how they will affect a person’s portfolio for the next decade. While I have many thoughts on this, one is the addition of a new asset class to the nine I am currently using, which is managed futures.
Even though the first managed futures fund came about in the 1970’s, this is not a well-known asset class. Surprisingly, educational material on this alternative investment vehicle is not yet easy to locate.
Click here to listen to my teleclass on managed futures.