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Mixing active and passive investment strategies requires a decision process that is structured, repeatable and defendable.

Most of us blend active and passive funds in our portfolios. It makes sense. But how many of us make the choice through a process that is truly robust?

A key focus of the upcoming Vanguard Investment Symposiums will be to reveal our newly developed framework for successfully blending active and passive investments.

Register now or get in touch to learn more.



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Active or passive? Art or science?
Watch a quick introduction to our active/passive framework.

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The active/passive choice
Vanguard’s four critical factors in blending active and passive investments.




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Find out and discuss our final poll results at the Vanguard Investment Symposiums on 3 and 4 October.

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