How to Play Alternative Investments in 2014

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Dec. 17 (Bloomberg) -- Aston/Lake Partners Lasso Alternatives Fund's Rick Lake discusses his investment ideas with Deirdre Bolton on Bloomberg Television's "Money Moves." (Source: Bloomberg)

Are heading into a golden age for liquid.

Great to see you.

We were just hearing from erik schatzker who sat down with steve schwarzman, just how important individual investors are to blackstone but even though blackstone already has $250 billion in assets under management.

Does that surprise you at all?

A firm that size are willing to get bigger?

It does not surprise me, it is about diversification, and all investors need to never survive -- need to diverse affiant.

Ify.

We are delighted to see great practitioners in the alts area.

There are a few different catalysts, the jobs act which makes it easier to reach out to nonaccredited investors, those thewho do not have the million dollars.

Until this year's docs had a lot of volatility, and so investors looking for-year-old -- for the yield.

Access to alts is easier than ever before.

Of those products, where are you seeing the most success?

By sheer bulk, it is the most till fund world -- mutual fund world.

Some prognosticators said we are heading toward 2 trillion.

There are a wide variety of strategies we could include.

Where do you think, and how do you think the average investor -- what percentage of the portfolio should this be?

About 25%. with individuals in his left than five -- les ts than 5%. borrowing from stocks, barring from cass, and -- borrowing from cash, and diversifying their portfolio.

You basically have a mutual fund legal structure, wrapping a strategy into that.

Many strategies are liquid, they can be long and short

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