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There might be a lifesaver for the traditional money management industry after all

There might be a lifesaver for the money management industry after all. Passive funds, which are basically index funds like exchange-traded funds, have been taking assets from active managers for some time, worrying those working in the business. Index funds are cheaper and more transparent than their actively managed mutual fund cousins. As such, passive funds are expected to continue their rise, even if active money managers improve their performance.
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