'Passive' investing is no thrill, but it beats the alternatives
from Chicago Tribune
When he entered the investment world 50 years ago, Charles Ellis found that diligent financial analysts and portfolio managers could routinely outperform the stock market. But as the investment industry changed — information became widely distributed and institutional investors eclipsed individuals — it has become, in his view, "unrealistic to try to beat today's market."
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