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Why Bond Investors May Benefit from Actively Managed Mutual Funds and ETFs

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Mon, 15 Dec 2014

Key Takeaways Passive index investment strategies are designed to mirror the composition and performance of a benchmark index. In contrast, active strategies can differ from the index in the pursuit of better returns. Active bond funds and ETFs have the potential to outperform passive index funds,

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