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Top Ten Most Widely Read Stories in 2011

We may have expected too much from 2011 but the popularity of these stories might reveal more than the news making headlines of the past year.

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Fiduciary News Trending Topics for ERISA Plan Sponsors: Week Ending 5/13/11

What popular investment products appears poised to be the next one to self-destruct? A strange occurrence in Washington bodes ill for the Fiduciary Standard – but does it really matter? Meanwhile, we learn the costs of two generations of lost public pension policy – from a third world country!

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Fiduciary News Trending Topics for ERISA Plan Sponsors: Week Ending 5/6/11

The SEC finally admits 12b-1 is a priority, The Wall Street Journal finally explains why ETFs might not be ready for prime-time and InvestmentNews finally reveals why many financial advisers won’t be impacted at all by a uniform and stronger fiduciary standard. Still, there’s one article that sets all we’ve learned the past forty years so far back you won’t believe it.

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