The arithmetic of active management is a simple investment concept that can be used to enhance portfolio performance. In this episode of Buckingham Weekly Perspectives, Head of Investment Research Jared Kizer explores this idea, explains the two types of investors and shares the possible costs of active management.
Jared Kizer, CFA
Jared Kizer evaluates findings from academic research and applies that learning to develop investment strategy recommendations. Jared collaborates daily with advisors and clients, helping investors better understand the complicated concepts that can have a tangible effect on their financial lives. Jared holds a master’s degree in finance from Washington University in St. Louis.