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Be selective with your passive US exposure

Be selective with your passive US exposure

Low-cost passive funds have been a good way to invest in the US in recent years, as active fund managers have struggled to outperform the main benchmarks such as the S&P 500 index. But tracking an index could now expose you to more risk than an active fund if the US market falls, so it could be time to switch your passive US exposure away from the most popular indices.

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