• Michael Wellings

Active Vs. Passive Management

As the market recently has been incredibly volatile, the topic of investment philosophy often comes into discussion. Prior to the current bear market we find ourselves in, Passive Investment Management was a popular method of execution. Passive management can loosely be defined as an investor simply buying index funds and similar instruments. Rather than attempting to beat market performance, investors seek to mirror it. Now, in days when the market whipsaws back and forth, can a stronger case be made for Active Investment Management? That is, making specific investments with the goal of outperforming an investment benchmark. Check out Jeremy's Commentary!