Hi , I am trying to size the market for active equities and active fixed income. Roughly, 70% of the fund management is active. I want to know out of that how much is active fixed income (or vice versa active equity). Furthermore, growth prospects wise, which segment out of the two will grow more (or shrink less) going forward. I tend to think it’d be fixed income - given that rates are so low… they are bound to come up in next 5-6 years thus more opportunities to play active. Any thoughts?
The fastest growing segment of the mutual fund world is by far Alternatives - multi-asset strategies, 130/30 funds (or something like it), “unconstrained” bond funds, global allocation funds, and other uncorrelated asset classes.