The financial equity lemming migration:
When the index herd reach the beach and swim into the sea with certain death to follow.
The cost of active management in the US stock market has been reduced to lower levels. Institutional investors get terms that private individuals can only dream about. Is it time for institutions to reconsider passive strategies in the United States?
There’s an old word of wisdom in finance that goes: When something seems to be too good to be true, it’s too good to be true.
Does this also apply to the systematically higher return that can be gained as a passive equity investor?