Indexing and passive funds have lorded over the ETF landscape for years, but with an influx of active funds coming to market and more investors allocating assets into active funds than ever before, understanding why issuers decide on one fund type versus the other when launching a new ETF can help advisors and investors better understand the process. Alpha Architect broke down the benefits and costs of active compared to indexed ETFs from an issuer’s perspective in a recent insights post.
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