The importance of active share

17 June 2015
An article by Neptune's investment team

Neptune share their views on why they believe active share is an important tool for investors to judge whether they are truly getting the most value for money when buying an actively-managed fund.

Whereas passive funds aim to merely replicate the performance of a benchmark, such as the FTSE All-Share or MSCI World Index, investors rely on active fund managers to try and beat these benchmarks over the long-term. 
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