The Unintended Consequences of Index Investing | Ep 162


In an exclusive teaching series, Kevin Freeman shares the unintended consequences of index fund investing. While these passive investments have been highly effective tools for years, the risks may be growing. What happens in a down market? Are we seeing a bubble in index funds similar to the subprime mortgage crisis? Also at issue is the power being given to a handful of giant institutional investors with potential voting control of every large U.S. corporation. Freeman explains that we’re in uncharted waters. Indexing is more prominent than it has ever been before in history. Only time will tell if this possible passive investing bubble will threaten the market structure, future performance, or both. It is critical that your financial adviser is paying attention.

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