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Vanguard: Active Funds Can Outperform Passive

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Tue, 15 Jan 2013

Actively managed stock funds had the best performance over 20 years, edging passive stock funds 8.14% to 8.11%. And actively managed mutual funds of all types have done the best in the last five years, coming in at 1.98% where, for instance, passively

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