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strategy where the manager makes specific investments with the goal of outperforming an investment benchmark index. Investors or mutual funds that do not aspire to create a return in excess of a benchmark index will often invest in an index fund that replicates as closely as possible the investment weighting and returns of that index; this is called passive management. Active management is the opposite of passive management , because in passive management the manager does not seek to outperform the benchmark index. Ideally, the active manager exploits market inefficiencies by purchasing securities (stocks etc.) that are ...
Institutional investors around the world view alternative investments as an effective way to diversify their portfolios, and plan to boost their exposure to these investments in the years ahead, according to Russell Investments� annual global survey on alternative investing. Released on Monday, the ninth annual survey shows that pension funds, endowments, foundations and insurance providers expect to increase their allocation to alternative investments by more than a third, to 19% of their total investment portfolios, over the next two to three years. Real estate, private equity and hedge ... Read More
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