Alternative strategies are best suited for volatile times, but some can work long-term

BNN Bloomberg
July 25, 2022.

Diana Orlic, portfolio manager at Orlic Harding Cooke Wealth Management Group, joins BNN Bloomberg to explain how alternative investments can be part of a safer portfolio during volatile times. She says private equity, private debt, real estate, commodities and liquid alternatives are some options for investors to consider at this time.

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