Monthly Archives: February 2015

The Wall Street Journal Makes a “Case for Actively Managed Funds”

Passive investment management has leapt in popularity over the past few years. There seems to be a growing investment cynicism focused on the steep odds against beating the market; the low cost of passive investments becomes attractive when you doubt the ability of active management to serve up a return premium. At Arnerich Massena, though, we see firsthand the value of active management, and our research continually supports its use strategically in portfolios. Now, The Wall Street Journal is backing up our findings in “The Case for Actively Managed Funds,” an article by WSJ columnist Michael Pollock. Read more »

Arnerich Massena Announces the Next Learn Share Connect Event: Turning Opportunity Into Outcomes: Understanding how behavioral finance impacts committee processes

We’re excited to announce Arnerich Massena’s next Learn Share Connect event, featuring keynote speaker Stuart Ritter from T. Rowe Price. Turning Opportunity Into Outcomes: Understanding how behavioral finance impacts committee processes will be hosted the afternoon of April 29, 2015 at the Washington Athletic Club in Seattle, Washington.   Read more »