Sophisticated investors are increasingly considering alternative investments such as managed futures, hedge funds, private equity, real estate and exchange funds as a means of complementing their existing portfolios.
Nelson R. Maler, CFP®, Second Vice President – Wealth Management
Paul B. Smith, CFP®, Second Vice President – Wealth Management
Please join us to learn more about Morgan Stanley Smith Barney and:
• How alternative investments may benefit your portfolio.
• How do alternative investments work?
• What can they add to a portfolio?
• Could these investments be appropriate for my portfolio?
Due to the risks involved and suitability requirements, attendance is respectfully limited to Accredited Investors ($1 million net worth and greater).
Hosted by: Nelson R. Maler & Paul B. Smith, Morgan Stanley Smith Barney, 1867 Williams Highway, Suite 209, Grants Pass, OR 97527
Date: Thursday, Nov. 18th, 2010
Time: 5:30 pm to 7 pm. Light dinner included.
Place: Guild Hall Event Center in The Guild Building, 1867 Williams Highway, Grants Pass, OR 97527
RSVP: Please RSVP by Friday, November 12th to Sharon Hardy at 541-618-6424
Seating is limited; please call 541-618-6424 to reserve your space.
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