Can Traditional Active Management Be Saved?

Active managers need to start incorporating the lessons of behavioural science if they have a chance of reversing the flow of assets into passive investment vehicles. In this paper, Eric Rovick highlights some of the areas of cognitive risk evident in active investment management and provides a managerial and operational framework for addressing them.

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