Natixis video: Making smarter use of asset classes

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This video from Natixis Global Asset Management focuses on Active Share. One strategy for the smarter use of equity investments is ensuring you get what you pay for. According to the company, looking at Active Share can give you a better perspective on where performance comes from. Active Share provides an effective measure for gauging how much of your equity performance is generated by the market at large and how much is generated by a fund’s portfolio manager.

 

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