Why active ETFs benefit you when the market is down | Karen Trau - Perpetual
This Podcast is in partnership with Perpetual
We chat to Karen Trau from Perpetual about active ETFs! Perpetual is an ASX-listed, diversified financial services company, which has been serving clients since 1886. They have four business divisions - Perpetual Asset Management Australia, Perpetual Asset Management International, Perpetual Private and Perpetual Corporate trust - that aim to protect and grow their clients’ wealth. She chats to us about how active ETFs are different from passive investing, how Perpetual thinks about screening, and why Warren Buffet thinks being passive can be a good thing.
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