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There has been a lot of recent discussion focused on the merits of “active share,” one measure designed to illustrate the level of active management being employed within an actively managed portfolio. Active share can be useful when considered in the context of other metrics, such as a manager’s ability to add value and a portfolio’s relative risk or tracking error versus its benchmark index. However, we believe an analysis of the exposures that result in a portfolio’s active share and tracking error is essential to truly evaluate the merits of an active approach.
Date added: 06-10-2015