Daily Archives: August 11, 2014

The Active Decisions of a “Passive” Investor

Recently my friend Cullen wrote a piece titled “Putting the “Underperformance” of Active Managers in Perspective” that spurred a bit of discussion between the two of us.  While Cullen and I may disagree to some degree about the benefit of a more “active” investment strategy (including how tactical one might be with a portfolio), one […]

Posted in behavioral finance, fees, investing, taxes | Comments closed