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A Face-Off Between Passive and Active Investing

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Tue, 18 Dec 2012

Exchange-traded funds continued to attract assets in 2012 while money has been exiting equity mutual funds. Still a majority of assets continue to be invested in actively managed products: As of the end of 2011, of the nearly $13 trillion invested in funds, index and exchange-traded funds comprise

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