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By PWM Editor

The traditional way of analysing managers has been to measure their tracking error by looking at the volatility of the difference between a portfolio return and its benchmark index return. This works with managers who take a thematic approach to their fund. But a fund which is a pure stock picker and looks for a good company will be quite diversified by industry. In this case, their tracking error may be quite low and lead us to (wrongly) assume that they aren’t taking much active risk.

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