More myIRA, SEC’s turn at Fiduciary, and rate hike worries.
A spreading menace, investors don’t know fiduciary, and have index funds jumped the shark?
This may rock the world of the unsuspecting. Fasten your seatbelts before proceeding.
In a week that we featured Investment Due Diligence for 401k plans, a major court ruling shows what happened without such due diligence.
As the lobbyists get their Congressional minions to put the heat up on the DOL, a recent spat of investment articles accidentally show the need for a true fiduciary standard.
How many different ways can you mention “passive investing” in an article relating to 401k plans? It seems like reporters had a theme last week – and it showed up in the strangest of places.
Just as a major brokerage firm begins to yield on its opposition to the fiduciary standard, the co-author of the bill compelling the SEC to look into it tells the regulator to lay off brokers. And that’s only the beginning. We’ve also see cracks in the cult of ETF (or is it indexing?).