saltycaper wrote:Consider that even to achieve the same return as a lower cost fund, the active manager will have to take more risk to make up for the fee. I don't see that as desirable because I am gaining nothing from this extra risk.
C8H18Engineer wrote:Seems a bit apples to oranges - the first example compares a mid-cap to large-cap blend. So in the period, mid caps were able to perform well enough to cover the 1% higher ER.
steve_14 wrote:fulltilt wrote:Given the current market conditions...
What about current bond market conditions? Shouldn't we be overweighting stocks now, given the high ratio of bond price to interest?
blueridge wrote:C'mon guys, I seriously doubt that the OP is serious. If I'm wrong, my apologies, but...really.