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KKR & Co. Inc. on Wednesday released a macroeconomic report called, Regime Change: The Benefits of Private Credit in the ‘Traditional’ Portfolio. KKR said the the traditional 60/40 portfolio of 60% stocks and 40% bonds “could snap back in the short-term” but that greater use of alternatives, particularly private credit, would provide more diversification and inflation protection. KKR is promoting a 40/30/30 equities-bonds-alternatives allocation. The alternatives allocation includes a 10% portfolio holding in private credit, KKR said. “Now is a particularly attractive time to allocate capital to private credit, which…


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