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International Funds: Active or Passive?

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Fri, 16 Aug 2013

The Kerfuffle How the world has changed! Once, the professors sided with the indexes and financial advisors with fund managers. Now, a professor writes kindly of portfolio managers--and his article is attacked by an advisor. The professor is Abhay Kaushik at Radford University, and the article is "

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