These are already appearing in the US, the most recent development being from Grail Advisors, which has plans to bring out single manager active ETFs, having already launched a fund that combines stock picks from three teams of managers. Priced at 89 basis points a year, Grail’s ETFs will challenge the higher priced traditional mutual funds.
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