Price Gap Between Active and Passive Funds Continues to Growwritten by Bella Palmer
Anyone investing online regularly
The result is a growing body of opinion that most active fund managers do not justify the higher fees their investment vehicles come with. It might be expected that this would lead to active
The Morningstar research shows that investment funds without a manager have reduced fees by up to 50% over the past five years and passive tracker funds by 28%. Actively managed funds, on the other hand, have reduced the fees they charge those investing online by only 18% over the same period.
The bottleneck seems to be the kind of competition. Passive funds offered by different providers are essentially the
A 2013 ruling
The actively managed funds sector will believe that the investment cycle will again turn in their
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