Alternative asset manager stocks are rising, but what does that say about returns?

It isn’t news that private fund performance has been in the stratosphere in 2021. But what if an investor opted to invest solely in the publicly available private fund manager’s stocks? We decided the numbers were worth reviewing.

In 2021 through Dec. 2, shares of Blackstone are up 133%, KKR 91%, Ares Management 83%, Carlyle Group 82%, Apollo Group 52%, and Partners Group shares are up 39%. Over a five-year timeframe, these stocks gain anywhere from 277% to 608%, which is just as impressive.

Source: Alternatives Watch Research

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Tim Everett

Tim Everett is a CFA has over 20 years investment experience at well-known mutual funds and hedge funds with an expertise in investor relations and business development. Previously, he was an institutional portfolio manager at K2 Advisors, a $10 billion fund of hedge funds owned by Franklin Templeton. During his tenure at K2 Advisors, Tim met regularly with bank financial advisors, high-net-worth clients and family offices in the U.S., London and Latin America.

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