Video: Brian Singer on Dynamic vs. Passive Investment Styles

In the sixth video in William Blair’s series of brief explanations of alternative investment concepts, portfolio manager Brian Singer examines the different elements of passive, tactical, and dynamic investment styles. Singer defines “passive” investment as simply buying-and-holding a broadly diversified portfolio of stocks and bonds over a long period of time. “Tactical” investing takes a more active approach, but only for short periods of time based on short-term trends. “Dynamic” investing, by contrast, is fundamental and longer-term in nature, and Singer recommends dynamic allocation of risk as a superior way to position a portfolio.

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