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Stock market turmoil has created a make-or-break situation for a group of investors once left for dead

Active managers have been regularly criticized as outdated during the past few years as passive investing has exploded. Wall Street is suggesting that so-called stock pickers could be due for a renaissance, especially given turmoil in equity markets, which has created opportunities for active investors. Active managers have heard it all. They've absorbed criticisms that their investment style is outdated.
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