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For the last decade or so, active equity management has been under assault by many in the industry as being too expensive relative to the excess return (if any) provided through the process of assessing various factors to select superior performing securities, sectors, and markets.
Since the beginning of 2020 we have been through pretty turbulent times in the U.S. equity market.
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From late February to late March 2020, the municipal bond market experienced unprecedented volatility, as investors sold securities across sectors amid concerns related to the coronavirus pandemic and the closure of broad segments of the U.S. economy that generate tax revenue for state and local governments.