Vivaris Capital, LLC Comments on J.P. Morgan's Latest Study on Portfolio Allocation

30 Percent Allocation to Alternative Investments is Superior
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico - June 5, 2023 - PRLog -- A new J.P. Morgan research report shows that allocating 30% of your investment portfolio to alternative assets can result in superior annualized returns with less risk and volatility than many of the other, standard portfolio allocations.

The report, entitled J.P. Morgan Guide to Alternatives (, states that a 50/20/30 portfolio beats all other models in terms of return on investment and stability over a decade, backing Vivaris Capital's earlier reports.

"We have been saying for years that alternative investment strategies are well-positioned for continued success at a time when it appears that the classic 60/40 portfolio model is not meeting investors' needs. The J.P. Morgan study ( echoes our view by noting that investors benefit from non-correlated privately managed alternative investment funds that provide stability, income, tax advantages and higher returns than many stocks and bonds alone," said J. Christopher Mizer, Founder and CEO of Vivaris Capital, LLC (, a multi-strategy fund manager offering hybrid hedge and private equity structures.

"Historical performance data shows that investors can benefit from adding alternative assets to their portfolios, including private equity, venture capital, real estate, and commodities. Fortunately, investor interest in alternative assets is growing steadily. These products were once offered primarily to large institutional investors, but individual investors and family offices now have increased access to top tier funds and direct investment opportunities," Mizer said.

Investors seeking high-growth and high-return potential can now access institutional-quality private equity investments while protecting their principal and enjoying liquidity. The VICAN Fund, offfered by Vivaris Capital, is an ideal alternative investment strategy that caters to the needs of individual investors, family offices, and institutions. The fund aims to be the game-changer in the industry.

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About Vivaris Capital (

Vivaris Capital, LLC was founded in June of 1998 to invest in and acquire middle-market businesses in healthcare, life sciences, and technology that are leaders in their market niches. The Vivaris team is led by J. Christopher Mizer who is the chairman of each of the portfolio companies and guides key strategic decisions and their execution.  He also serves as the operating president on an interim basis when companies are going through periods of ownership succession and new management team members are being assembled. He is supported by an eight-member team that includes leading physicians, environmental and climate technology experts, alternative investment professionals, and global finance and business specialists.

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