Tag Archives: active managers

Apr 27, 2020

Is Mid-cap Outperformance an Illusion?

S&P DJI’s Craig Lazzara explains how style drift could be responsible for inflating the perception of active manager skill. Read the Performance Trickery blogs at: www.indexologyblog.com

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Sep 24, 2018

Does Performance Persistence of Active Managers Vary Over Time?

Our most recent Persistence Scorecard shows that relatively few funds can consistently stay at the top. Out of the 557 domestic equity funds that were in the top quartile as of March 2016, only 2.33% managed to stay in the top quartile at the end of March 2018. That means out of the 2,228 domestic…

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Dec 12, 2017

Active Managers: Hope for high dispersion, not just low correlations

The Wall Street Journal recently reported that, according to analysis by Credit Suisse, the correlation among S&P 500 sectors had fallen close to its lowest level ever, and that this was good for active equity managers, “who find it easier to make money betting on specific companies or trends when stocks aren’t all moving together.”…

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