Active Investment ManagementActive management is a strategy in which an investment manager selects investments that he believes will outperform the market index. Active management implies that the investment manager uses discretion to choose investments that will perform better than the index, and thus the fund will have high returns. A passive manager, on the other hand, will make investments that follow the market index.
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