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Alternative Investments: Matching Buyers and Sellers

News and insight from Alternative Investments Observer.

Nadia Papagiannis, 01/05/2010

The third issue of Morningstar's Alternative Investments Observer is ready--here are some highlights:

* Matching Buyers and Sellers of Alternative Investments
Morningstar's survey suggests how alternative investments might change to better meet investor needs.

* Quant Corner: Markowitz at Mach 1-the Next Generation of Optimizers
How Markowitz's portfolio-construction tool can be enhanced for the 21st century.

* Morningstar Product Spotlight: Morningstar EnCorr
Theory and art meet at the efficient frontier with alternative investments.

* Industry Trends: Alternative Mutual Funds and Hedge Funds
Convergence trends benefit both alternative mutual funds and hedge funds.

Download the latest issue here.

Nadia Papagiannis is the editor of Alternative Investments Observer.

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