Not Enough “value in value”Rupert Hargreaves
Will 2018 become known as the year that active management finally made a comeback? It is starting to look that way. A few days ago we reported that actively managed mutual funds outperformed their benchmarks on average during the first two months of 2018 and according to a new report from Wells Fargo Securities, it looks as if these active funds are also providing a strong relative performance for investors thanks to there stock-picking efforts.
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