Active vs Passive: When, Where and Why to be Which

Active vs Passive: When, Where and Why to be Which




Finally for active managers, they need to be truly actives. Very different than the broad indices and even different than the factor ETFs. One of the great benefits of the rise of ETFs is that it is driving closet index funds, those that just are not that different than the benchmark, out of business.

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