Could The Rise Of Passive Investing Be Causing Rising Valuations Over Time?

Posted On April 28, 2017 5:28 pm

In the past decade passive investing, such as index funds, and ETFs, have increasingly dominant in the fiancial world. And while the benefits of these instruments are many, it’s also possible that their rise is fueling steadily rising market valuations that create larger downside risk in the short-term.

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