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401k Plan Sponsor & Participant Primer – The Risk-Return Tradeoff

Whether or not you agree with the evolution of Modern Portfolio Theory, you cannot deny the “risk-return trade-off” has become the common sense soundbite of the century for the world of investors.

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Readers Select Top Fiduciary Stories of 2009: #9 New Research Reveals When Active Beats Passive

With the decline of Modern Portfolio Theory as the default operative model, sophisticated investors seek the Holy Grail – the theoretical basis for determining when active will beat passive and when passive will be active. Has it now been found?

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New Research Reveals When Active Beats Passive

Want to know when Active Beats Passive? A Journal of Investing study may just have the answer.

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3 Pointed Questions Determine If New DOL Decision on the 401k Investment-Advice Rule Increases Your Fiduciary Liability

Worried while Washington fiddles? These three vital questions might just help you determine if today’s DOL ruling will increase your personal fiduciary liability.

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