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Active Share: A Misunderstood Measure in Manager Selection

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Wed, 26 Mar 2014

Active share measures how much an equity portfolio’s holdings differ from the benchmark index constituents. In recent years, the investment community has embraced this concept both as a gauge of active management inherent in an investment portfolio and, increasingly, as an indicator of potential fu

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