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(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, ...
How many of you remember the immortal words of P. T. Barnum? Of Yogi Berra? On Wall Street, the incubation period for new product scams may be measured in years instead of minutes, but the end result is always a lopsided, greed-driven, gold rush toward financial disaster. The dot.com melt down spawned the index mutual funds, and their dismal failure gave life to “enhanced” index funds, a wide variety of speculative hedge funds, and finally, a rapidly growing number of Index ETFs. Deja Vu all over again, with the popular ishare variety of ETF leading the lemmings to the cliffs. ... Read More
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