Evidence on whether passive funds are disrupting the price discovery mechanism

An important function of capital markets is creating price discovery for the value of traded assets. The idea is that billions of investors should decide what they think the fair value of a security might be and buy or sell based on their conclusion. Their transaction price then becomes the “true” price of the security. There are arguments for and against whether passive funds damage this process.
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