how to differentiate between enchance indexing by matching primary factor and enhanced indexing by minor risk factor mismatches?
They are the same thing.
^Wrong, once again.
Enhanced indexing by matching primary risk factors (sampling): Less costly to implement, increased expected return, maintains exposure to the index’s primary risk factors. However, increased management fees, increased TD and lower expected return than the index.
Enhanced indexing by small risk factor mismatches: Same duration as index, increased expected return and reduced manager restrictions. However, increased risk, TE and management fees.
Take your meds buddyboy, I was thinking of equity indexing.
Per your signature line, I’m just taking the time to “correct you when you’re wrong”
That Vyvanse prescription needs to be refilled soon, looks like you’re relapsing again.
I will second hashtag on the information and on his very 1st statement