With the Republican and Democratic National Political Conventions taking place, many investors are wondering how the outcome of the 2016 presidential election will affect their portfolios. Some are optimistic their candidate will win and usher in a new bull market, while others fear a loss by their favored candidate will
For several decades investors have debated the merits of “active” versus “passive” investment approaches, and there are many well-documented arguments for each. In this Viewpoint, we discuss the nature of these labels, the drawbacks to active management, and what we believe to be the best approach for investors. What's in a
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