Older than mutual funds, the dangers in them exposed by the crash of 1929 led to the creation of mutual funds. Can their modern descendants reclaim the mantle long held by mutual funds?
Government workers ignore math, fee mongers misuse math and savvy salesmen abuse math.
PBS’ Frontline Retirement Gamble fallout, falling fees, and soon to be falling bonds prices.
403(b) ills, a fiduciary stew and the return of investment performance.
Do the answers 401k investors seek lie in its past?
Will retirees pay for Washington’s fiscal mismanagement? Has pinning the fiduciary onus on plan sponsors been the wrong approach all along? And more…
This may rock the world of the unsuspecting. Fasten your seatbelts before proceeding.
Any talk of mutual fund expense ratios only diverts attention away from the true issue at hand – what are the true costs of those non-mutual fund products that make up nearly half of all 401k investments?