Even if a President Trump rescinds the DOL’s Conflict-of-Interest Rule, the spirit of the Rule may live on.
A new hope, the market strikes back, and the returns of fees.
The DOL’s Assistant Secretary reveals how she and her staffed learned from initial attempts and why it led to a much stronger Conflict-of-Interest Rule.
A signpost of hope, the other (Fiduciary) shoe, and an emperor unclothed.
Shotgun compliance, fiduciary naivete, and free markets trump high fees.
State-Run Conspiracy, Targeting Conflicted Fees, and Marxist-Indexism
You may not remember this, but several months ago the SEC penalized three AIG affiliates $7.5 million for charging $2