Discover Marlene Hassine Konqui new webinar on 2021 active fund vs ETF performance comparisons.
Is asset allocation the only crucial choice to build optimal portfolios? Can we prove that combining active funds and ETFs within portfolios improves performance? Are there any solutions on how to combine active management and ETFs?
What are the myths that prevent investors from making a rational choice between active funds and ETFs? Should investors nv stors focus only on average returns to make their choice? Is there a place for both active funds and ETFs in investors’ portfolios?
Can we trust with our eyes closed the figures available to investors comparing the performance of active management vs ETFs? Do they reflect all the opportunities available on the market to build your portfolio and outperform? Everything you always wanted to know about what’s behind the numbers.
In Europe, in May 2021, total sustainable fund flows decreased by 18% vs April 2021. Both equity and fixed income […]
🧭 News from the active/passive fund flow side in Europe: What has happened since the beginning of 2021?
YTD 2021, equity active fund flows reached a 5-year record high. In Europe, year to date, active fund flows dominate […]
💡Did you know that equity active fund flows in Q1 2021 are already close to the total record flows of 2020 for the same category ?
In Q1 2021, equity active funds gathered €106bn of inflows vs €119bn for the whole 2020. 2020 was already a […]
❓ ❓ Do you really know how 2020 compares to previous years when looking at the % of European active managers outperforming in 2020?
50% of European active managers outperformed in Morningstar active-passive barometer (year-end 2020). 54% of European equity active funds outperformed for […]
In February 2021, mutual fund flows in Europe continued to be sustained close to the January level. The context was […]
🤔Are concerns about the risks of passive investing the only reasons to shift from passive to active funds
According to my research, the decision to use one or the other is often a finely balanced one. The data […]