At a recent seminar on real estate investing as part of a family’s asset allocation, presenters and participants categorized real estate as an alternative investment to publicly traded common stocks and bonds. This statement assumes that common stocks and bonds are the primary asset classes that serve as the core positions in a diversified portfolio.  The word “alternative” implies that something has similar result possibilities while achieving them with ...

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