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Can Alternative Investments Provide a Boost for Nonprofits?

Can Alternative Investments Provide a Boost for Nonprofits?

by Clare Golla
Over the last decade, investment policies reflected asset allocation rules written at a time when stock returns were strong, and volatility and inflation were unusually low. But geopolitical uncertainty and rising inflation can cause markets to become more volatile. And that means the asset allocations that worked well during the last decade probably won’t produce the same results in the next one.

Alternatives, Asset Allocation, Endowments & Foundations

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