Passive or active investment in ETFs, which do I go for?

I desire to know which would be a better choice for me between engaging in passive or active investing when investing in ETFs?

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    This will boil down to what kind of investment you prefer. If you are the type who dislikes monitoring markets then passive investing would be a better choice. But if you like to actively monitor markets and analyse the best time to buy/sell shares then active investment would be a better option for you. In a nut shell, passive investing would be ideal if you want to sleep in peace at night and do not have the time to monitor the market every day

    2019.08.01 18:0

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