[vek-ter] noun: posessing both direction and magnitude

Index ETFs are dominating investing with good reason; investors will no longer tolerate paying high fees for index huggers when they can buy the index for next to nothing.

Modern portfolio construction increasingly reflects this: equity Beta is represented passively, and managers seeks Alpha from truly active managers.

VECTOR is a genuinely different, truly active fund that has a specialised focus on where returns are maximised: smaller companies and special situations.