I found two oddities in Devesh Shah's April commentary. A passive vs active poll is mentioned twice but I cannot find it. I am using Safari as a web browser. There is a big blank space above the charts at the bottom. Perhaps that is where the poll is supposed to be (?). I tried viewing the poll using Firefox. I got a smaller blank space and then this message below it:
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And when I click to Open In A New Window I am taken to another window where I am asked to sign in to a mysterious Google account of some sort.
Something is amiss.
Also there was a puzzling comment that a certain active fund which has yearly taxed distributions might work in a tax deferred account. OK. But surely it would work well in a Roth IRA account, especially one that was set up early in history of Roth IRAs. I don't see the downside of investing in a well-performing active mutual fund that is never going to create a taxable distribution. Am I missing something ?