Article by Felix Goltz, head of applied research, EDHEC-Risk Institute, research

Smart beta strategies have established a space in between traditional capitalisation-weighted passive investment and traditional active management. Perhaps unsurprisingly, smart beta has drawn criticism from advocates of both traditional active management and of traditional passive management.

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Smart beta strategies have established a space in between traditional capitalisation-weighted passive investment and traditional active management. Perhaps unsurprisingly, smart beta has drawn criticism from advocates of both traditional active management and of traditional passive management.

Type: Press article
Date: le 01/07/2017
Source : Asia-Pacific Media Limited

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