It is common knowledge that one’s diversification strategy is essential in order to manage risk while still yielding a high return on investment. Therefore, if you have too many, or too much allocated to a certain asset class within your portfolio, you’ve most likely already heard or considered that it may be time to expand your investment scope. So, how do you take a good portfolio and make it a great portfolio? Diversification. Let’s assume you are a sophisticated investor, and trading stocks, bonds, and commodities is your niche. Depending on the size of your current portfolio, adding a relative amount of illiquid investments can spread risk and leverage your portfolio. Diversifying your portfolio by adding illiquid assets provide multiple proven benefits to keep hungry investors coming back. Strategically allocating through liquidity Those who seek long-term investment goals, through the use of illiquid assets, will not be subject to potential short-term market volatility. […]