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- November 1, 2019: Vol. 12, Number 10

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Global listed infrastructure: An idea — and an allocation — whose time has come

by Theodore Brooks, Edward DeArias, Marshall Reid and Jonathan Treitel

This is the first of a two-part series on investing in global listed infrastructure, based on CenterSquare Investment Management’s report, Global Listed Infrastructure: An Idea — and an Allocation — Whose Time Has Come. The complete report, including footnotes and disclosures, is available at https://www.centersquare.com/en_US/insights

Global listed infrastructure — call it an asset class, a sector or simply a disparate collection of relatively stable cash-flowing assets — provides the potential to not only complement unlisted infrastructure, but also provide positive upside/downside capture spread relative to most listed options, positive correlation to inflation, higher cash-flow stability than the broader market, and lower volatility than most equities. In other words, whatever term we apply to global listed infrastructure from the list above, it provides the potentia

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