Special Report on
Passive Management in Mutual Funds
Passive Management in Mutual Funds - Trends
Latest Trending Story:
(Updated May 2010. This article was originally written in 1995. Various research up to 2010 has been included in this update. The story remains the same. A huge, well-replicated and expanding volume of studies have clearly proven the advantage of passive over active investment management.) WHAT IS ACTIVE MANAGEMENT? Active management might best be described as an attempt to apply human intelligence to find "good deals" in the financial markets. Active management is the predominant model for investment strategy today. Active managers try to pick attractive stocks, bonds, mutual funds, ...
. Professional investment managers often use diversified pools of securities as one of these tools. While there are different kinds of pooled investments, the most popular are mutual funds and ETFs. Funds aren’t an asset in themselves; they are vehicles that help you invest in various asset classes. Traditional mutual funds are a collection of securities that are actively managed by an investment manager and his team. They often compare themselves with investment indexes of similar asset classes. Mutual funds have evolved over time, and now some ... Read More
SURVEY RESULTS FOR
PASSIVE MANAGEMENT IN MUTUAL FUNDS
Pt.1 - Richard Croft, "Passive versus Active Investing, The Debate ...
Pt.3 - Richard Croft, "Passive versus Active Investing, The Debate ...
- Microsoft PowerPoint - d- 2009-11-24_AXA Autumn Conference - AXA ...
- Mastering the Management System