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Global market insecurities drive more investors to invest in alternative assets • Benzinga

If the Russian war in Ukraine – and its destabilizing effect on the global economy – has taught investors anything, it’s that financial planning, wealth creation and retirement investing in public markets are riskier than never.

Financial markets have swung wildly during the war in Ukraine, while investors and businesses in the United States continue to struggle with record inflation. As the global economy begins to slow, investors brace for central banks to tighten monetary policy.

For traditional investors, the economic landscape has become volatile and unpredictable. Investors want returns from stocks and bonds, but bond buying remains held back by inflation while equities, destabilized by the growing decline in growth stocks, remain risky.

In short, the global order between the West and Russia cannot be changed without causing protracted macroeconomic consequences, an insecurity that drives many investors toward alternative investment opportunities.

Increasingly, investors are choosing to join alternative wealth funds, such as Alternative Wealth Partnersto diversify their portfolios with private equity funds, commodities, and assets in manufacturing and distribution.

While the war in Ukraine has highlighted the danger of allocating investment to public assets, it has also highlighted the resistance of alternatives, like commodities, to persevere in times of global instability.

Russia’s war, for example, has exposed the fault lines in our global energy system.

President Putin’s aggression triggered a rapid and fundamental overhaul of global energy policy, with energy security now Europe’s main concern. As a result, energy futures on the global market soared, private investment in domestic oil and gas soared, and accelerated investment in sustainable energy became necessary.

Since the beginning of the year, the SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust down about 6%. In the same period, the Direxion Daily S&P Oil & Gas Exploration & Production Bull 2X Shares ETF won about 73%.

Alternative wealth funds committed to private energy assets are now cash cows for investors looking to grow and preserve their wealth with commodity assets and private capital in innovative energy companies.

Alternative wealth investing is therefore increasingly a route of choice for high net worth individuals seeking off-Wall Street opportunities for their assets. Because alternative investments generally have a low correlation with standard asset classes, alternative wealth provides an effective hedge against inflation and remains a top strategy for aggressive growth.

Alternative Wealth Partners, gives our investors access to a diverse portfolio of exciting companies, high-yielding commodities and emerging opportunities, all with a single investment. We seek investments in almost any industry and work with investors to build a diversified portfolio


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