What could the growth of passive investing mean for the market? Passive market share in US indexes is nearing 50% versus mutual funds, a shift of 34% since 1998, raising concerns and drawing media attention. Has passive investing damaged, or will it damage, the market’s ability to define accurate prices? We review academic research, looking into the ever changing market and unknowable future, to understand the influences at play on the markets, the investment industry and pricing.view more white papers
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