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Passive Investing May Cost More in Fees Than You Think

If you've been taking advantage of the popular trading strategy known as passive investing, you might want to think about how much you're paying your fund manager.
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If you've been taking advantage of the popular trading strategy known as passive investing, where you're not focused on the day-to-day fluctuations of the markets, but instead zeroing in on long-term returns, you might want to think about how much you're paying your fund manager. It might be more than you think. MainStreet's Scott Gamm speaks with Jesse Blocher, assistant professor of finance at Vanderbilt University's Owen Graduate School of Management to discuss how investors may be getting the short end of the stick when it comes to passive investing, why more transparency is needed and how to reduce management fees.

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