Limitations Of Active Share As A Measure Of 'Activeness'
As investors’ low cost options continue to expand and get more sophisticated (okay, sometimes to a fault) active managers have to work harder to justify their fees. One way that managers can’t prove that they’re not just closet indexers is by having a high active share – a measure of how much a portfolio differs from the chosen benchmark index. But . . .
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