Evidence-based investing wins over speculating

Evidence-based investing wins over speculating

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Investors and advisors perennially debate the merits of active investing vs. passive investing, but abundant evidence shows passive investing typically produces superior long-term returns.

The evidence is clear from reams of objective research performed by academic finance and economics experts who have no conflict of interest — their incomes won’t change no matter what they find. Overall, their examinations of returns since passive vehicles became widely available in 1976 show passive management’s average superiority.


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