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5 responses to “Study: SEC Fiduciary Delay Costing Retirement Investors $1 Billion per Month”

  1. February 13, 2013 « The Morning Pulse

    […] SEC Fiduciary Delay Costing Retirement Investors $1 Billion per Month […]

  2. Why the Fiduciary Standard Can't Wait: Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. (GS)

    […] cost of waiting: $1 billion a month Last week, an article in Fiduciary News examined some recent academic research that sought to answer the SEC's call to […]

  3. David Dayen: Mysterious Study Backs Financial Adviser Thieves Who Want To Keep Bilking Small Investors « naked capitalism

    […] of interest like this cost retirement investors at least $1 billion a month, because the funds they get channeled into underperform the […]

  4. Joel

    How about the trillions that are in open accounts. Add this to the pile of qualified money and you can see high massive this rip-off is.

  5. Walmart CEO: Food Stamp Cuts Could Be Good for Business

    […] of interest like this cost retirement investors at least $1 billion a month, because the funds they get channeled into underperform the […]

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