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Why the SEC Will Never Enact a Meaningful Fiduciary Standard

I continue to enjoy reading analyses on the SEC’s BI proposal. These are analyses from industry leaders, people who I greatly admire and respect. When people ask my opinion, I just tell them it  is all just a cruel game, that … Continue reading

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