Are Swedish Mutual Funds Optimally Diversified?
Independent thesis Advanced level (degree of Master (One Year)), 10 credits / 15 HE creditsStudent thesis
There are a lot of Swedish mutual funds available on the market. However, they appear to differ somewhat in their rate of return. Of course this is connected to the assets held within the funds i.e. a function of the managers stock picking, average style and characteristics-timing talent. But it also depends on different degrees of efficient diversification. Indeed an often reoccurring problem is fund manager’s unwillingness to differ from the index, which they are benchmarked against, out of fear to stand out as under performing the index and as a consequence lose their assignment
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