Active investment funds still failing despite potential to shine

Despite having a trump card handed to them in the form of the market development, active equity funds have not managed to beat the market or passive funds in 2022.

Rune Wagenitz Sørensen, co-owner of Miranova | Photo: Stine Bidstrup/ERH.

Although conditions have been favorable, actively managed equity funds in Denmark have still lagged behind their indexes in the first half of 2022.

For many years, the argument has been that it was hard for active funds to keep up when the market just kept going up and the best returns concentrated around a few mega-cap tech stocks, and the value of actively managed funds would be proven during more difficult times.

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