Beyond Bulls & Bears

Why Liquid Alternatives Now
Alternatives

Why Liquid Alternatives Now

“The availability of liquid alternative vehicles has expanded rapidly over the past decade, paired with a strategic interest to provide retail investors with access to diversified sources of potential alpha to complement their traditional portfolios.” David Saunders, K2 Advisors

Second Quarter Hedge-Fund Strategy Outlook
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Second Quarter Hedge-Fund Strategy Outlook

"Regardless of what the future holds in terms of political results, from a market standpoint, we anticipate more volatility going forward—and this could be a good thing for hedge strategies.” - K2 Advisors®

K2 Advisors : Why We Like Activist Hedge Strategies
Alternatives

K2 Advisors : Why We Like Activist Hedge Strategies

"The market and economic environment is perhaps more favorable to activist investment strategies today than it has been in some time. With the outlook for growth muted, corporate balance sheets flush with cash, financing rates still very low, and an increasingly hospitable public attitude toward activist investors—the opportunity set appears robust.” - Rob Christian, K2 Advisors

Helicopter Money: Pulling a Brick with a Rubber Band
Alternatives

Helicopter Money: Pulling a Brick with a Rubber Band

You may have heard the term “helicopter money” bantered about in the press of late. Robert Christian, senior managing director and head of ...

Fourth-Quarter Hedge Fund Strategy Outlook: K2 Advisors
Multi-Asset

Fourth-Quarter Hedge Fund Strategy Outlook: K2 Advisors

K2 Advisors seeks to add value through active portfolio management, tactical allocation and diversification across four main hedge strategies: ...

US Monetary Policy: It’s Déjà Vu All Over Again
Multi-Asset

US Monetary Policy: It’s Déjà Vu All Over Again

Brooks Ritchey, senior managing director at K2 Advisors®, Franklin Templeton Solutions®, pays homage to the late Yogi Berra in this piece about ...

Shrugging Along
Alternatives

Shrugging Along

Since the 2007-2009 global financial crisis, it seems like many markets have gone nowhere but up—most notably in the United States. Brooks ...