NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- Financial advisers argue endlessly about whether index funds are superior to actively managed portfolios. Some advisers use index funds exclusively, while others believe that they can outdo the benchmarks with actively managed funds. But a growing number are taking a hybrid approach, mixing actively managed funds with passive ETFs and index funds."It is rare for us to see an adviser who puts everything in one kind of investment," says Sue Thompson, managing director of BlackRock, which operates the iShares family of ETFs.
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