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Why you shouldn't pay an active investment manager

June 17, 2012
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Investment returns are the aggregate of the market return minus the fees your adviser charges. So if you are paying higher fees for active management which doesn't yield significantly higher returns, you are paying more for the same outcome as a passive investor. Dartmouth College Finance Professor Ken French explains,

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MrFlehane

No science...just numbers. I like it.

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