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FiduciaryNews Trending Topics for ERISA Plan Sponsors: Week Ending 10/17/14

1020805_25983300_Trending_Topics_2014.10.20_stock_xchng_royalty_free_300Welcome to FiduciaryNews Trending Topics. Each Monday, we’ll give you a quick synopsis of the major news events and trends impacting ERISA plan sponsors, 401k fiduciaries and those in the business of supporting these fine folks. If you smile when you read these entertaining snippets, well, that’s the idea. If you think we’re missing something important, then please let us know. But, note this well, we avoid press releases masquerading as news stories (even though they might be reported by journalists) as well as mass media pabulum that merely mouths investment myths and mistakes.

FiduciaryNews Lead Story:
Explaining 401k Investing Basics Through the Lens of History,” (FiduciaryNews.com, October 14, 2014). Honest, this was written a week before it was published. We had no Continue reading…

Explaining 401k Investing Basics Through the Lens of History

Explaining 401k Investing Basics Through the Lens of History

In the modern era, investment focus has shifted from individual security accounting fundamentals, to portfolio statistics, and now, perhaps, to individual country econometrics.

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