An employee views an FTSE share index board in the atrium of the London Stock Exchange Group’s offices in London. Photo: Bloomberg
David Ogilvie
Opinion

Opinion

Macroscope by David Ogilvie

Fund managers had a tough year beating the market. This year is unlikely to be easier

  • Investors are fleeing active funds and star managers like Britain’s Neil Woodford have fallen from grace. It’s worth nothing that historically, it has always been difficult for a stock-picker to beat the market
An employee views an FTSE share index board in the atrium of the London Stock Exchange Group’s offices in London. Photo: Bloomberg
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