January 21, 2015

Why Active Management is a Bad Idea

USU employees are being offered the opportunity to have their 403(b) retirement investments actively managed by Fidelity... for a "small" fee. Just say NO to active management! Despite Fidelity's slick marketing campaign, all the research evidence confirms that active management DOES NOT pay off. For evidence on why active management is a costly idea that only enriches the manager and not the investor see: How to Win the Loser's Game, a research-based documentary in 10 short segments that includes interviews with the greatest minds in investing. See:

How to win the loser’s game https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SwkjqGd8NC4

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