(Im)possible efficiency

Chris Dillow

Chris Dillow
(Im)possible efficiency

Passive investing is on the rise. A recent report by Moody's forecasts that such funds will exceed actively managed ones in the US in the 2020s. You might think this means stock markets will become more inefficient, because passive investors buy stocks according to their market capitalisation rather than because they've researched their genuine merits.

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