Research that just recently earned both Eugene Fama and Robert Shiller Nobel Prizes in economics provides valuable insight into the future landscape of mutual fund/ETF managers.

The takeaways? Insight into 1) the active vs. passive debate, which is not going away anytime soon, and 2) the migration of assets into ETFs from mutual funds. (While total AUM among ETFs is still far below that of mutual funds, in the last five years, the amount of assets tied to ETFs in the U.S. has tripled, according to BlackRock data.)

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