Active vs Passive in Emerging Markets

Thursday, August 25, 2022 482 views

Something we often hear is that if you invest in Emerging Markets then the best way to do it is by an actively managed fund. The theory goes that because those markets are less well-researched than the US or the UK, it should be easier for an active manager to outperform.


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