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For over 30 years, Gary D. Halbert has been publishing newsletters for the investment community. Now you can receive his FREE Forecasts & Trends E-Letter delivered each week to your e-mail inbox. Gary covers the latest economic forecasts and market analysis, and you'll enjoy his always-spirited political commentaries.


This Week's Forecasts & Trends E-Letter

The Stampede From Active Management To Passive Investments

December 6, 2016

Over the last decade, we have seen a massive shift on the part of investors away from so-called “actively-managed” mutual funds and exchange-traded funds (ETFs) and into so-called “passively-managed” funds – also referred to as “index” funds.

Over the three years ended August 31 alone, investors added nearly $400 billion to passive mutual funds and ETFs while draining more than $400 billion from active funds, according to data from Morningstar, Inc. That’s huge!

While the majority of mutual funds continues to be of the active-management style, that is rapidly changing. The question is whether the stampede from actively-managed to passively-managed funds is a good thing or not.

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