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Asset allocation

“Don’t put all your eggs in one basket”.

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Asset classes

Generally, all investment vehicles can be separated into two categories: traditional and alternative investments.

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Performance

The goal of any investment strategy is to generate positive returns or to limit the downside in negative market conditions.

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Benchmark

A reference parameter is used to compare the performance of an investment strategy or of a portfolio of assets.

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Master/feeder structure

A master/feeder structure is used in when a strategy is offered across various regulatory environments.

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Funds of funds

A fund of funds enables clients to invest in a variety of funds that offer different investment strategies, rather than investing directly in just one strategy.

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Structured products

Structured products are highly flexible, efficient instruments which match almost any investment objective and, unlike traditional investment instruments, they can also generate positive returns in falling or stagnant markets.