Passive Investing

The term “passive investing” refers to an investment strategy which involves a minimal amount of transactions and minimal involvement on the part of the investor.

Investments in exchange traded funds (ETFs), which are based on an index rather than individual securities, are a good example of passive investments because in addition to minimal involvement by investors, they also require minimal administration.

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