The work of economist Eugene Fama
, which earned the Nobel Prize yesterday
, shows that active managers are "fated to lose," according to Bloomberg
Fama's work on asset valuation and markets served as the intellectual foundation for DFA
], as well as for index funds.
Because the markets are efficient and price movements really can't be predicted, Fama argues that it is impossible for active managers to gain an advantage.
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