A passer-by peers in the window, while investors congregate inside at the Fidelity Investments office as the ticker displays stock market numbers. Over the last 10 years, passive indexing has crowded out active managers without any reversal in sight. Perhaps, suggests Peter Guy, recent market events and fund industry changes will revive active managers. Photo: AP
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The View by Peter Guy

The realities behind stuttering ‘risk on, risk off’ investment strategies

The last 10 years have forced some clients to maintain two portfolios: low risk, low return fixed income products, and high risk assets such as structured financial products, derivatives and alternative assets

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A passer-by peers in the window, while investors congregate inside at the Fidelity Investments office as the ticker displays stock market numbers. Over the last 10 years, passive indexing has crowded out active managers without any reversal in sight. Perhaps, suggests Peter Guy, recent market events and fund industry changes will revive active managers. Photo: AP
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