Active & Passive – The Continued Debate

Many hold the view that investors have to “pick a team” and have to pick either active funds OR passive funds in their portfolios.

This report by Square Mile Research, clearly explains how active and passive funds work and how a combination of the two could meet a clients’ objectives.

With many investors being of the view that active and passive are polarised and that they need to ‘pick a team’ and go entirely active or entirely passive.  In this report written by Square Mile, they highlight why they believe that a portfolio should consist of a combination of the best funds to meet the clients’ objectives, at a cost that represents value for money. That may be active, passive or a blend of both.

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Many hold the view that investors have to “pick a team” and have to pick either active funds OR passive funds in their portfolios. This report by Square Mile Research, clearly explains how active and passive funds work and how a combination of the two could meet a clients’ objectives. With many investors being of…

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