Active Share and Mutual Fund Performance. Antti Petajisto Antti Petajisto is a researcher and portfolio manager at quantPORT, a systematic multi-strategy. A mutual fund combines active positions with a passive position in the benchmark index, which can make the Active Share and Mutual Fund Performance. The data file shows the Active Share of U.S. equity mutual funds, computed over the original factors in performance evaluation applications (see the paper for .

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Closet Indexing,” November 15, pdf file. The index premium and its hidden cost for index funds A Petajisto Journal of Empirical Fubd 18 2, You should think of the above data files as mostly an extension of the data used by Cremers and Petajistoadding another six years and containing a few methodological tweaks.

Further, our model explains documented empirical findings on career development of successful fund managers and on hedge funds’ risk taking. We introduce a new measure of active portfolio management, Active Share, which represents the share of portfolio holdings that differ from the benchmark index holdings.

October published version working paper Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, 44 5: Articles 1—19 Show more.

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Here are the rules for using the data: We determine the type of active management for a portfolio by measuring it in two dimensions using both Active Share and tracking error volatility. We find that the mutula anticipation of future index composition reflected in prices today eliminates any first-order differences in index fund performance across the three index rules.


Journal of Empirical Finance, 18 2: The same long-term performance patterns held up over the financial crisis, and they also hold within market cap styles. New citations to this author. Nevertheless, the average pricing band remains economically significant at about basis points, with even larger avtive in some asset classes.

September joint with Jussi Keppo published version working paper. I sort domestic all-equity mutual funds into different categories of active management using Active Share and tracking error.

Their combined citations are counted only for the first article. In equilibrium the fee charged by active managers has to aantti the before-fee alpha they earn; this endogenously determines the amount of active capital and the slopes of demand curves. Active management also predicts fund performance: In contrast, closet indexers or funds focusing on factor bets have lost to their benchmarks after fees.

Inefficiencies in the pricing of exchange-traded funds A Petajisto.

Title Cited by Year How active is your fund manager? This “Cited by” count includes citations to the following articles in Scholar.

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Home Academic Research Data. Related research report that focuses on market-on-close transactions in ETFs pdf file. Portfolio management, Active Share, tracking error, closet indexing.


While the market portfolio is still priced by ahd investors based on their collective risk aversion, those individual investors also delegate part of their wealth to active money managers who use that capital to price stocks in the cross-section.

How active petjaisto your fund manager? We find that actively managed funds are more active and charge lower fees when they face more competitive pressure from low-cost explicitly indexed funds. Active and passive portfolio management mutual funds hedge funds ETFs behavioral finance.

Here are the rules for using the data:. Our results suggest that U. Should benchmark indices have alpha? Journal of Financial Marketsrevise and resubmit.

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Performancs paper empirically investigates the index premium and its implications from to Funds trading frequently generally underperform, including those with high Active Share. We explore alternative ways to construct these factors and propose alternative models constructed from common and easily tradable benchmark indices.

The benchmark index is the official benchmark index disclosed in the prospectus. Cremers, Petajisto, and Zitzewitz build on the contribution of Fama and French by proposing similar but slightly revised versions of the factors.