The small group of money mangers who possessed the ability to outperform the market has virtually disappeared, according to a new study.

Throughout the study – titled “False Discoveries in Mutual Fund Performance: Measuring Luck in Estimating Alphas” – the co-authors used a statistical test called the “False Discovery Rate” to measure money managers’ capabilities in reading the market.

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