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Most entrepreneurs prefer to put all the earned money into their business, it was rare for companies to invest elsewhere but as the individual investors earn more and get wealthier, they need to buy in trusted asset classes, which ensures value after many years of investments.
Such investment provides a backup in case of a recession or loss in markets. Most long-term stock investors have disregarded such alternatives but putting all the money in one pocket can be too risky, which creates the need for diversifications in additional options.
Institutional investors identified the potential of non-liquid alternatives in 2000, and now after 20 years, the trend continues to grow in new areas where the investors recognize alternative mechanisms to earn where some innovative categories of such assets are environmentally friendly ethical options that contribute to the growth of society.
One of the first such models was the Yale Model which was adopted by many institutional high net worth investors that combined several instruments and managed diversification in a manner to deliver long-term stable returns with a low correlation to markets or the mainstream asset classes. This is the key strategy where the investors swap liquidity for higher returns.
There are many categories which offer diversification within diversification such as real estate can be classified into - different regions, cities, commercial, non-commercial, warehouses, and land.
The superior investments are the ones with high caliber quality at lower production costs.
Some funds offer new categories to provide a meaningful comparison between different types of funds.
Most such areas offer innovative investment ideas but can spread the risk across geographies and sectors.
As per Fitch Ratings, the average investment of pensions tripled in such categories. In 2007, on average, 9 percent of the local public and state pension was invested in the sector, and by 2017, the investment increased to 27 percent.
The report suggests before 2008 almost 70 percent of the Maryland system portfolio was invested in stocks, and now it is less than 50 percent where the investments increased in real estate, hedge funds, and private equity.
The investment showing growth in the current market include wine and art, which are alternative asset classes, uncorrelated to the equity market, and attractive to the people looking for a hedge against volatility and market downturns.
Study finds from 2012 to 2017, the best performing luxury asset class was fine wine, with an average gain of 150 percent. One of the key assets Petite Mouton 2011 reported a growth of 165 percent.
In 2017, the Knight Frank Luxury investment found art performed better than wine and the trend continued in the next years as well, where the annual growth reported by the category was 25 percent in the first six months.
The 2018 figures show the rise in the average price of Old Masters improved significantly, while, contemporary art depicted a decline.
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