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Tag: passively managed funds
Does T. Rowe Price Add Value For Investors? May 3, 2016 by Larry Swedroe My series evaluating the performance of the market’s most prominent actively managed mutual fund families continues with an in-depth analysis of offerings from T. Rowe Price. […]
The Case For Active Equity Management by Paul Doyle, Columbia Threadneedle Investments The growth of passively managed funds adds to market inefficiency by increasing the prevalence of price indiscriminate buyers and sellers. This can create inefficiencies that active managers can […]
Do The Russell Funds Add Value For Investors? November 2, 2015 by Larry Swedroe PDF | Page 2 Do The Russell Funds Add Value for Investors? By Larry Swedroe November 3, 2015 My series evaluating the performance of the market’s […]
Smart Beta 2.0: A Disruptive Innovation by Steven Vannelli, CFA, Eric Bush, CFA, Bryce Coward, CFA, and Jennifer Thomson, Gavekal Capital At the beginning of ever major disruptive innovation, fear, uncertainty and doubt reign supreme. Consumers are fearful of the […]
The Active-Passive Investing Debate Revisited August 31, 2015 by Bob Veres PDF | Page 2 Is it really impossible to find outperforming mutual funds in advance? It depends on where, and how, you look. Asset flows to passively managed funds […]