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The global economic recovery could be happening at a slower rate than anticipated, which puts low growth strategies and three exchange traded funds (ETFs) from Invesco in focus. Investors who are skeptical about the recovery can opt for low growth ETF strategies from Invesco that focus on quality. This suite encompasses equities and bond exposure  The post Not Big on Growth? Here Are 3 ETFs to Consider appeared first on ETF Trends .
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Summary List Placement Investors are flocking to the growing, often opaque world of private markets. Asset managers, under pressure to find new revenue sources and tap into flashy companies staying private for longer, are sprinting to help them get there. Firms are increasingly focused on getting their alternative investments, namely private equity and credit, out to wealth-management firms, financial advisors, and their clients. "As efforts to serve the retail base pick up, we anticipate that there will be a race among asset managers to solidify manufacturing and distribution capabilities in the private markets," partners at Boston Consulting Group said in a report last week. It''s no wonder. Private-markets investment strategies are the fastest growing of any revenue segment in the industry, projected to generate 32% of global industry revenue by the end of 2024, up from 28% at the end of 2019, indicated data released last month from Deloitte''s Casey Quirk unit. They generally cost clients more in management fees than traditional products tracking public equity and debt markets, and in some cases alternative investments generate higher returns.
Summary List Placement JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon has said the timber business is going to be a "great thing" for the Wall Street giant, after the company snapped up a lumber investment firm during a boom in the market. Speaking about the purchase of lumber asset manager Campbell Global after the bank''s strong earnings on Tuesday, Dimon said : "Timber assets is going to be a great thing for asset management." JPMorgan snapped up Campbell at the end of June. The Oregon-based company has around $5.6 billion of assets under management and specialises in global timberland investment. The purchase came after a huge rally in lumber prices that attracted hedge funds and other investors into the previously unremarkable market. Lumber prices soared above $1,700 per thousand board feet in May, having started the year at around $715, thanks to a home improvement craze and a hot US housing market. Prices have since wiped out their 2021 gains. Read more: Invesco''s top alternatives ETF executive shares 2 ways investors should be playing the coming commodity boom for years ahead as inflation rises However, JPMorgan said it bought Campbell to gain a foothold in the growing market for forest-carbon offsets, rather than to try to benefit from higher lumber prices.
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