The Modern Portfolio Theory -- for which three financial economists were awarded a Nobel Prize -- defined a way to effectively capture market returns through passive asset class investing. In doing so, passive investors can expect to outperform most other market players who are attempting to actively outperform the market.
Does active investing (or stock picking) work?
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