Monday, September 22, 2008

Is a global infrastructure fund right for your clients' portfolios?

With their high returns and low correlations to other major indices over the past five years, investments in global infrastructure-toll roads, airports, utilities and the like-are attracting attention from financial advisors and new products from fund providers. But will such impressive performance continue? And, if you buy the case for this kind of investing, how should you evaluate the funds vying for your attention?

Continue reading my article on infrastructure investing in Advisor Perspectives for insights from Jay Rosenberg, lead manager of First American's Global Infrastructure Fund, and from Harold Evensky, president of wealth management firm Evensky & Katz.
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Susan B. Weiner, CFA

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