Well-known investors are closing funds
Everyone is currently struggling with the 2020 crisis against the backdrop of the COVID-19 pandemic, even well-known investors. The article will tell you what investors themselves think about this.
The pandemic has led investor Theodore Aronson to close his $10 billion fund, which is considered to be the latest in a series of sales deals.
The cost, which is not fully tracked by the iShares S&P 500 Value ETF (IVE), has fallen far behind in growth over the past 10 years. The rise in the value of the iShares S&P 500 ETF (IVW) is 283% when the IVE value is above 109%.
In 2020, IVW rose by 23%, while IVE fell by 10%.
The managing director of WallachBeth Capital explained that all firms that close their expensive strategies do so for one reason only companies must stay in business.
He also noted that all firms have their own goals. It is difficult for firms to survive year after year without showing any results.
"Everyone understands that firms cannot let growth go unnoticed in the pursuit of alpha, and in addition, a lot of investors are coming into the fold", he added.
He believes that growth is overloaded, as is the value of those old names that do not make any difference.
The CEO of ETF Trends agreed with him and said: "The growth is growing because there is a demand for technology now, in the pandemic, and this demand has made shares unattractive". Also, the CEO of ETF Trends said: "The only question is, who will be the first?".
The president and head of ETF's global division at Defiance, said he did not see the gap in value growth narrowing any time soon. "The calls to Zoom, everything is on the internet much more than it was in 2019", he added.
He also added that once value will find its day, you just have to get over it.
IVE and IVW have risen by less than half a percent.