BMO survey: 2.4% of funds manage consistent top-quartile gains over last decade

13.4% achieved above-average returns

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Approximately 2.4% of funds have achieved consistent top-quartile gains over the last decade to the end of Q4 2019, according to BMO Global Asset Management (GAM)’s latest Fund Watch Survey, while a further 13.4% managed to generate above-average returns regularly over the time period.

The survey, which is a review of the 12 major market sectors, divided the decade into three consecutive 12-month periods, filtering out those that have consistently achieved above-average returns. ...

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