Active Managers Outperform Passive In 2017Rupert Hargreaves
This year, investors have continued to flock away from active investments towards low-cost passive funds as they seek to replicate the market's performance at the lowest possible cost. Indeed, flows from active to passive funds increased to nearly $500 billion in the first half of 2017. However, according to the latest Natixis US Trends Report during the first half of 2017, portfolios that had active managers outperformed completely passive counterparts.
Active managers outperformed according to H1 data
The Natixis US Trends Report compares performance and asset allocations of 345 portfolios, submitted by financial advisors from 1 . . .
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