Being on the wrong side of this decade’s investing mega-trend

Josh Brown and Michael Batnick discuss the recent post “I did everything I was supposed to do”, which is the story of a man whose spent his whole career working for asset management firms and now finds himself on the wrong side of the active vs passive debate. There are real world consequences of the massive outflows of cash coming from actively managed mutual funds. This was Josh’s attempt to look at the issue from the other side.

The post spread around the financial web like wildfire. You can read the whole thing here:

https://thereformedbroker.com/2019/06/16/i-did-everything-i-was-supposed-to-do/

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