Smart Beta Argument Gains Nuance As Narrative ContinuesMark Melin
When the smart beta argument was first launched into general discussion, some alternative investment practitioners and academics took issue with the concept. After all “beta” was considered returns attributed towards the general force of the market (e.g.: S&P 500 index relative to individual stocks), where as alpha was considered individual manager . . .
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