FTSE Russell’s guide for wealth managers highlights passive’s part in portfolio construction, indexing’s role within the ETF ecosystem and common ETF considerations for client portfolios.
- Indexes are what power ETFs, but not all indexes are created equal, and a better understanding of indexes and passive strategies can help improve investment outcomes.
- Understanding how indexes work reveals the capabilities of ETFs and allows for smarter portfolio choices.
- When constructing portfolios, advisors rely on passive strategies both for their ability to accurately capture targeted exposures and for their cost-efficiency. READ MORE
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