Definition of 'Actively-Managed Funds'
With actively managed funds, managers pick stocks or other securities with a certain goal in mind, like beating a particular index or achieving a certain level of return while assuming a certain level of risk. Because there's stock-picking going on, these funds tend to have higher expense ratios, and higher taxes, than passively managed funds.
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