A relatively new alternative fund category known variously as multi-alternatives, multi-strategy and multi-manager has been attracting inflows and piquing the interest of numerous financial advisors.
There are 148 funds with some $52.7 billion in assets in the multi-alt category as defined by Morningstar and most of them got their start in the wake of the 2008 crash.
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