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09/10/2015 - Closed-End Funds – Astute Investors Take Advantage of Big Discounts on Already Reduced Prices
By Keith Lanton
September 10, 2015 at 11:25 AM EDT
Melville, NY -- (ReleaseWire) -- 09/10/2015 -- Hate to haggle for a bargain? You're not alone. So, imagine your excitement at having the opportunity to shop at a store where most prices are meaningfully discounted from where they were just a few weeks ago. Now, picture that a kind stranger just handed you a coupon to take an additional discount off the already reduced prices.
by Wendy Lanton
Teaching investors the role their financial representatives play is a crucial component of the educational process.
The recent barrage of articles regarding the “fiduciary standard” is not bound to cease but rather to endure. At the crux of the debate is the Department of Labor’s [DOL] intention to adopt and enforce a new standard that would, among other things, force brokers who work with retirement accounts to become fiduciaries.
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