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Focusing on short-term results is the wrong reason to avoid active management.
Fairholme will stop accepting new investors, but it's not for the usual reason.
Just like stock investors need to regularly re-examine their holdings, so too do fund investors need to stay abreast of performance issues and manager changes at their funds.
An average market return is usually an above-average result.
When bad things happen to good funds, that's the time to buy.
Instead of taking sides in the battle over St. Joe, look at this cheaper stock.