Sponsored by Transamerica
The rise in popularity of passive funds has focused attention on fees. But low fees aren’t always the best value when it comes to investments or financial advice. The key to choosing wisely is to understand where investors get what they pay for—whether their fees are low or high. Download this white paper to find out why low fees aren’t always the answer. You’ll discover:
- Why passive and active investing aren’t necessarily mutually exclusive styles—and why investors’ portfolios may benefit from a mix of both active and passive strategies.
- How active management is well positioned to outperform passive approaches in some areas of the financial markets, including bonds and international stocks.
- Why financial professionals can produce better-tailored, more dynamic plans for clients than robo-advisors and other low-cost alternatives.