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Core satellite approach: an alternative, using index investing … with Alex Hinder

Wednesday, December 05, 2007
With ETFs one is capable of acquiring exposure to geographically diversified, sector, style (growth ,value). In the context of wealth management 90-95% of long term performance can be captured with asset allocation, strategic and tactical structuring of w.

A SQUARE :: 05Dec07 Core satellite approach: an alternative, using index investing … with Alex Hinder
Category Active Index Investing
Author Sona Blessing
As an alternative to actively managed funds, I favour and work with the following “building blocks”:
• Index funds, that replicate an index
• Enhanced Index funds - a combination of index funds and actively managed funds
• Exchange traded funds (ETFs)
• Index certificates - wrappers (structured products) around an index
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