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Index-based investment strategies, those that passively invest with the goal of replicating the return pattern of a specific benchmark, were first created and marketed to investors beginning in the early 1970’s. The well-known financial concept known as Efficient Market Hypothesis was developed earlier in the 1960’s and postulated that it was not possible for an investor to consistently beat market returns on a risk-adjusted basis over time since market prices incorporate all available information. The adoption of this hypothesis by the finance community certainly contributed to the proliferation and validation of passive strategies.
Equity market strength through the third quarter continues to challenge the common expectation going into the year. Cumulatively through September…
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