THIS CHART WILL GIVE STOCKPICKERS EVERYWHERE NIGHTMARES

S&P; Andy Kiersz/Business InsiderThe passive investor revolution has been well-documented by now. Ushered in by Vanguard's legendary founder Jack Bogle, low-fee investing in indices and exchange traded funds (ETFs) has been booming, with Americans moving more than $1 trillion from actively managed funds to passive funds in the past decade.  Stock pickers are actually having a pretty decent year in 2017 — which, for the...

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