Active vs Passive Investing: Which One Is Right For Me?

In deciding which is the “right” investment for you – active or passive – will depend on several factors:

  • Your investment goals

  • Your investment tenure

  • Your risk tolerance

  • Your confidence in fund managers

While passive investing has grown in popularity over the last few years, in many cases active management may help investors improve their risk-adjusted returns. Active management can be especially helpful during periods of market stress, when outperformance can be most critical for investors. Market conditions change all the time, so it often takes an informed eye to decide when to lean towards passive as opposed to active investments.

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