With the stock market’s recent rally, investors in actively managed funds are getting more bang for their buck, The Wall Street Journal reports.

Standard & Poor’s found that 56.2% of stock funds that were managed by active managers beat S&P indexes similar to their investing styles in the second quarter, up from 47.5% in the first quarter. This figure is also significantly better than previous three- and five-year periods, in which an average of 45% of actively managed funds beat their individual market indexes in both time periods.

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