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Index Funds To Overtake Active In U.S. By 2021, Moody's Says

edited March 14 in The Bullpen
FYI: Another sign of decline for stock-pickers looms within two years, according to Moody’s Investors Service.

Passive investing in the U.S. is on pace to surpass active by 2021, Moody’s said Thursday in a report. The transition of power has picked up in recent years as consumers turn to cheaper products that track indexes instead of relying on a fund manager’s stock-selection prowess.

Greater investment in passive products is “akin to the adoption of an improved technology,” according to the report.
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