Passive funds are a good way to get broad exposure to a wide range of asset classes at a low cost. They are particularly useful in markets where active managers struggle to beat the main indices, for example US equities. And so-called smart-beta exchange traded funds (ETFs) are increasingly a good way to take more tactical approaches in broad markets or mimic active investment styles - again at a lower cost than active funds.
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