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Active Index Investing
Cover For over three decades, both institutional and individual investors have increasingly accepted indexing, index benchmarks and the investment products that track them.  Through this process, indexing has become a driving force in the transformation of investment strategy from a subjective art to a more appropriate blend of art and science.

 Yet many investors' understanding of the sophistication of this burgeoning field has lagged behind the growing use of index products. Active Index Investing aims to close that gap, and provides a comprehensive review of the theories, products and strategies that have enabled investors to benefit from the 'indexing revolution' that contiues to gain momentum around the world.  And this website aims to supplement the book's 31 chapters with updated data, additional content and sidebars, and an opportunity for your feedback.  I hope you find both the book, which was recently published in Japanese, and it's E-ppendix informative and useful.

 


 

 
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[Active Index Investing] shows there is nothing passive or apathetic about indexers in terms of investment innovation . . . Schoenfeld, a leader in expanding the use and understanding of indexing, has an intellectual's grasp of its concepts and a practitioner's ability to apply them. The 688-page book is an essential guide for anyone involved in portfolio management, active as well as passive.
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John Spence is a reporter for MarketWatch, a unit of Dow Jones & Co., who covers financial services and writes the ETF Investing column from Boston.  He started his journalism career covering business and technology at InfoWorld magazine, and his articles have appeared in The Wall Street Journal and The Washington Post, as well as several Web sites.  Hes moonlighted at a publishing house and also helped produce several books on index investing and exchange-traded funds.  He has degrees from Middlebury College and University of San Francisco.


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