style drift


An intentional or unintentional departure from the original way a mutual fund was being managed, and a change to a new way of managing of the fund. At their inception, all funds have an objective or specific style of investing, usually determined by the management of that fund. Style drift indicates a change in the investment style, which could occur for many reasons, such as a change in the management team, or a decision made by the team because of a change of circumstance in the market.
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