If your portfolio isn’t growing enough for your liking, you might need to take on more risk or change your active management company.
The answer is surprisingly simple: find good managers, fill your portfolio with more risky assets, and rebalance it regularly.
The last point has more of a long-term focus, since harvesting and redistributing the gains of successful investments may stunt the growth, but it could also prevent you from losing as much when the winners experience a corrective downturn.
A good active manager can help to maximize the gains you experience, and if they are doing their job you will not be concerned with any fees being charged for their services. It is possible that you can find an active manager with lower fees, but, as with many things, you tend to get what you pay for.
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