• The stock market will soon reach a tipping point in active versus passive investing, ISS says

    12 days ago - By Business Insider

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    The stock market is on the cusp of reaching a key tipping point soon in the balance between active and passive investing.
    The share of long-term invested US assets held by active funds will slip below 50% in a few years after accounting for 53% in 2022, ISS said.
    By 2027, that share will shrink further to 44%, while passive investing will reach 56%.
    The stock market is on the verge of a critical tipping point as passive funds overtake active funds in the next few years. According to a report from ISS Market...
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  • Mohamed El-Erian says passive investing doesn't make sense any more now interest rates are climbing

    12 days ago - By Business Insider

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    Mohamed El-Erian says active investment makes more sense than passive in this murky environment.
    The top economist said the economy is getting worse, which means the risks in active and passive strategies even out.
    "Greater selectivity, smart structuring trump more often the lower fees on passive vehicles," he said.
    Mohamed El-Erian says it's time to get back into active investing, because a passive approach doesn't make sense any more in a murky economic climate of high interest rates and low liquidity. Over more than a decade, investors got used to an...
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