Passive or active investment funds?

Brian Gaynor
Sat, 16 Apr 2022

Passive or active investment funds?
Passive funds are gaining in popularity, both across the globe and in NZ. (Image: Getty)
Brian Gaynor
Sat, 16 Apr 2022
Passive investing has been the fastest-growing investment vehicle in recent years, particularly during the pandemic.The following figures – published by Boston Consulting Group (BCG ) in its Global Asset Management 2021 report – show this development. Global Investment Assets 2025E202020192003Total - US$ trillions1361039332Share    Active43%49%50%75%Passive25%21%20%9%Cash/bonds15%14%15%7%Alternatives16%15%15%9% 100%100%100%100%                    &n...

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