There’s plenty of enthusiasm for smart beta in many areas of the market, with new products launching from various firms (even if Jack Bogle isn’t a fan).
So what should investors who want exposure to smart beta do? Avoid putting all their eggs in one basket, advises Goldman Sachs.
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In a Morningstar interview, value-investing legend Jack Bogle bemoans the state of a market increasingly dominated by robots and ETFs, one befuddling to traditional investors.
Goldman Sachs Asset Management fired another salvo in the fee war that's fast engulfing the market for "smart beta" exchange-traded funds. Or two salvos, depending on how you look at things. Read More »