Passive Investing Is An Over-Fitted Strategy [Premium Articles]

The conflict about over-fitted market timing strategies versus passive investing has more to do with marketing and sales than with sound quantitative analysis. It appears that the main objective of this conflict is to calm passive investors and discourage market timers. But both face known or hidden risks.

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2 Responses to Passive Investing Is An Over-Fitted Strategy [Premium Articles]

  1. Drew Wells says:

    Is the post-1989 Nikkei experience a concrete example of the sort of hidden risk facing passive strategies to which you refer?

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