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4Q 2022 AMVR “Cheat Sheets”: Correlation of Returns, “Closet Indexing,” and Fiduciary Liability

James W. Watkins, III, J.D., CFP Board EmeritusTM, AWMATM First, note the new URL address. After years of having to explain the old “iainsight.wordpress.com” URL, we finally worked with WordPress to accomplish the re-branding. Kudos to WordPress for working with … Continue reading

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A Picture is Worth a 1,000 Words: Cost-Efficiency and the Future of 401(k) and Fiduciary Litigation

I have written posts regarding the trends in 401(k) and 403(b) fiduciary breach litigation, including Common Sense and Cost-Efficiency: Making ERISA Meaningful Again | The Prudent Investment Fiduciary Rules (wordpress.com) and The Active Management Value Ratioâ„¢3.0: Cost-Efficiency and Compliance With … Continue reading

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