The Right ETF Starts With the Right Index (FTSE Russell)
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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