Study: Key figures can identify the future's worst performers

A professor of asset management at Cass Business School has pinpointed some key indicators which can determine the likelihood of a fund manager generating alpha or lagging the benchmark the following year. But fund selectors are unlikely to adopt this insight, he admits to AMWatch.

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Choosing the right active mutual fund manager is a challenge for all investors given the massive range of choices and the fact that many fail to meet their respective benchmark -- let alone outperform it.

In addition, it is equally important to know when it is time to switch from an existing portfolio manager to a new one.

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