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There are two main ways to invest in the stock market -- actively and passively -- and each offers different things for different investors. Find out what's best for you in this educational video for Sanlam, which gives you the low down on each of these investment approaches. www.SanlamUnitTrusts.co.za
Passive vs Active Fund Management: What's the Difference? Index Funds and Mutual Funds Explained. Thinking of investing some of your savings in the financial markets? How about using managed funds? Do you know the difference between Active & Passive Fund Managers? This investing tutorial will explain this difference and some key ideas behind the two forms of asset allocation. These lessons will be applicable to Mutual Funds (Active Investing) & Index Funds (Passive Investing). So what's included in the explanatory video? * The Key Difference between Passive & Active Management * Issues, Benefits & Drawbacks of Active Funds * Issues, Benefits & Drawbacks of Passive Funds * And a Review If you'd prefer to read a description rather than watch a full lesson, here is the key idea: The key di...
Is active management worth it? Is it worth paying a fund manager? Chris Bailey - an Economist and Ex-fund manager comments. In participating in this area and finding a star/alpha producing manager with a track record difficult? PLEASE LIKE AND SHARE SO WE CAN BRING YOU MORE! What is a fair fee? How much do investors lose in charges and management fees? How do you go about choosing a financial advisor? I think that many funds that are supposed to be active have stuck too close to the passive style of management and these are not justifying their fees at all. So make sure your fund manager is really active. But I believe proper active fund managers can be found; people who are who are savvy and intelligent and have exhibited positive performance over an extended period of time.
For years, active managers have underperformed their passive counterparts and flows have followed suit. Bob Doll, Nuveen Asset Management Senior Portfolio Manager and Chief Equity Strategist, explains why he believes these trends may be ending and also discusses factors investors may want to consider when selecting an active equity manager.
In this episode of Common Sense Investing, I will tell you why your active manager is not able to protect your downside. An active money manager might tell you that they are able to act defensively to protect your investments during a down market. While the thought of letting your portfolio fall with the market is unpleasant, there is no evidence of the ability of active managers to consistently offer protection from bad markets. My name is Ben Felix of PWL Capital and this is Common Sense Investing. I’ll be talking about a lot more common sense investing topics in this series, so subscribe and click the bell for updates. I want these videos to help you to make smarter investment decisions, so feel free to send me any topics that you would like me to cover in the comments section below...
Occam’s Razor says that of multiple possible answers, the simplest is usually the best. This manager shows that even applies to an armed robbery! Nice work stopping it. If you value what we do at ASP, would you consider becoming an ASP Patron Member to support the work it takes to make the narrated videos like this manager stopping an armed robbery? https://get-asp.com/patron gives the details and benefits. Find a good instructor in your area and get some training: https://get-asp.com/directory News story on this incident: http://www.notisistema.com/noticias/empleado-cierra-la-puerta-a-tiempo-e-impide-asalto-bancario-en-guadalajara/ Attitude. Skills. Plan. Copyright Disclaimer. Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as critici...
Asset owners have become misaligned with asset managers and consequently forfeit the full value of active management. Shorter-term trustee board appointments and increased pressure on asset owners may result in managers not being able to demonstrate their ability over a full investment cycle. Better owner/manager alignment will result in enhanced returns, but how can governance around manager selection be improved? Are there accurate ways to identify, measure and monitor investment skill? James Duberly, Director, Pensions Investments, BBC Carol Geremia, President and Head of Global Distribution, MFS Investment Management Chaired by Caroline Escott, Policy Lead: Investment and DB, PLSA
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It’s more important than ever for asset managers to understand their clients’ needs precisely before offering solutions. Allianz Global Investors is focused is solving our clients’ top problems by being more active, focusing more on non-financial ESG factors and making greater use of performance fees.
Portfolio Strategist, Greg Woodard and Managing Director of Emerging Growth, Ebrahim Busheri discuss the value of using active share to help choose a truly active manager. Learn more at: https://www.manning-napier.com/Corporate/Insights/OurView/Article/tabid/310/Article/2/Disruptive-Innovation.aspx For important disclosures, please visit: https://www.manning-napier.com/disclosures
► Subscribe to the Financial Times on YouTube: http://bit.ly/FTimeSubs Active fund managers, who attempt to beat the market, suffered their worst performance in decades during 2014, while money flowed out to rival passive funds, which merely track market indexes. John Authers reports from New York on the trouble for active fund managers, and their plans to fight back. The latest global markets overview http://www.ft.com/markets Click here for more FT Markets videos http://video.ft.com/Ft-Markets For more video content from the Financial Times, visit http://www.FT.com/video Subscribe to the Financial Times on YouTube; http://goo.gl/vUQx5k Twitter https://twitter.com/ftvideo Facebook https://www.facebook.com/financialtimes
Seminar: Strategic Beta and Using ETFs in Combination with Active Managers - Defining Strategic Beta - Why do we care about strategic beta? - Recent industry trends - Active managers vs ETFs - Blending ETFs and active manager together
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What is ACTIVE MANAGEMENT? What does ACTIVE MANAGEMENT mean? ACTIVE MANAGEMENT meaning - ACTIVE MANAGEMENT definition - ACTIVE MANAGEMENT explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. Active management (also called active investing) refers to a portfolio management strategy where the manager makes specific investments with the goal of outperforming an investment benchmark index. In passive management, investors expect a return that closely replicates the investment weighting and returns of a benchmark index and will often invest in an index fund. Ideally, the active manager exploits market inefficiencies by purchasing securities (stocks etc.) that are undervalued or by short selling securities that are overvalued. Eith...
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Index funds have had a nice run since 2008, but actively managed funds will soon have their revenge, said Richard Yasenchak, Client Portfolio Manager for INTECH. Yasenchak added that passive investing has actually been proven to be an inefficient means of deploying capital because it favors mega-cap, overvalued stocks, while active investing has the ability to rebalance as needed. He also said that passive investing is not truly passive because investors and managers are actively wagering that active management is going to remain out of favor. Furthermore, Yasenchak said INTECH's research has shown that active beats passive in modestly rising markets and down markets and tends to underperform in sharply rising markets. Subscribe to TheStreetTV on YouTube: http://t.st/TheStreetTV For mo...
Active management is being forced to evolve largely in response to the growth in passive investing. Smart beta has been considered a threat to both active and passive management. Surveys indicate that 1/3 of all institutional asset managers are planning to implement a smart beta or factor investment strategy in the coming year. Strategists from Lipper award-winning firms will explore all sides of the active-passive debate and the evolving role of the active manager. · Active vs. passive - Which, when and how? · The role of smart beta and how it's evolving · Implementing Factor investing: choosing, blending and timing · What can be indexed? What should be managed? · What's next in the evolution?