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What is active and passive management of ETF?


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Hello Komu,
Exchange-traded funds come in various varieties, and therefore you have the advantage of evaluating each of them and choosing the best.
ETF being highly diversified and incurring low costs are some of the reasons that attract investors. Passive investing is popular among investors. The initial aim of passing investing was to issue a security that mimics an index.
 Its trades were also meant to be intraday. Passively managed ETF are also traditionally managed ETF.
Intraday trading means that you need to buy or sell all the bonds that constitute the whole market using one trade.
Intraday trading favors the traders who are active throughout the trading day but poses an inconvenience to those who opt to buy and stick with a position for some time.
Active exchange-traded funds aim at outperforming their index by taking advantage of the services offered by a portfolio manager. The portfolio manager will set aside his authority to diverge from the index by changing the sector-level structure of the portfolio.
In actively managed ETF, the essential index is placed at a unique position as against the benchmark.
You can trade active ETF all through the trading day, and they are also easily accessible.

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