Why Passive ETFs are Really Active, and What That Means for Investors

Aug 8, 2022 / By Knowledge@Wharton.com
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Tracking errors result when exchange-traded funds (ETFs) pursue liquidity by deviating from their underlying indices, according to new research co-authored by Wharton’s Yao Zeng.

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