Active Investing

Active investing is an investment strategy that involves making buying and selling decisions on individual stocks or other securities, with the goal of outperforming the overall market or a particular benchmark.

Active investors use various methods, such as fundamental analysis, technical analysis, and market timing, to make their investment decisions. Unlike passive investors who seek to match the performance of a market index, active investors aim to generate higher returns by taking advantage of market inefficiencies and identifying undervalued securities.

Active investing typically involves higher fees and requires a greater amount of time and effort than passive investing.