Active vs. Passive Investment Strategies: Which is Right for You?

Nov 25, 2016 | Business Cycle Investing, Financial Planning, Investment Management, Retirement Planning, Sub-Advising

Academics and investors have debated over the superiority of a passive investment strategy versus an active investment approach for years. First, let’s clear up the confusion surrounding active investing. As fee-only investment advisors we believe “active” is best defined as meaning active risk-management. With nearly 50 years of observing investors, active risk management is the superior approach for two core reasons. The first is due to the “law of large losses” … Continue Reading in our FAQ Section: Active vs. Passive Investment Strategies: Which is Right for You?

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