Russell report champions actively managed investment

Russell Investments has released a report that challenges the increasingly held belief that passive investment is better than actively managed investment because it delivers better value for money.

The assumption that passive is better than active is usually based on the fact that it is cheaper to passively invest in market-cap weighted indexes and active management does not necessarily outperform the index. The research challenges the assumption that active management is inefficient and looks

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