Published: May, 2022
Whenever there’s a discussion about active or passive investing, it can pretty quickly turn into a heated debate because investors and wealth managers tend to strongly favor one strategy over the other. While passive investing is more popular among investors, there are arguments to be made for the benefits of active investing, as well. Although both styles of investing are beneficial, passive investments have garnered more investment flows than active investments. In this Online CPE webinar, Drew Stevens will discuss the advantages and disadvantages, differences between Active and Passive Investing.
One of the foremost issues encountered while constructing investment portfolios is the strategy to be used while choosing investments: whether to use active investing or passive investing. Active investing involves being more aggressive in investment approach and hence would entail higher returns compared to passive investing. While it may seem more logical to go for active investing, there are merits in passive investing as well. One requires a real-time thorough monitoring system; the other longer-term and less costly. There is no right or wrong, strictly personal approach.
This informative online CPE webinar offers both approaches so that professionals can help their clients with the best alternatives related to risk.
This Online CPE Course on Finance covers the following major topics:
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Sep 24th, 2022
The instructor said many things that were incorrect. It feels like listening to a used car salesman.