What happens when the same investors own everything?

Since their creation, index funds have allowed investors to diversify their holdings at a low cost. But according to research by Yale SOM's Florian Ederer, all of that diversification has a surprising side effect: in many industries, companies are owned by an overlapping set of investors, reducing their incentive to compete.

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