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|On the Increased Use of ETFs in 401(k) Plans|
Oct. 3, 2006
Excerpt: Until recently, ETFs have been shunned by defined contribution plans, in part because a commission is charged for every trade and because they can be traded on the exchanges throughout the day like stocks. Daily trading would be considered excessive by many retirement plans. But some providers of 401(k) plans are finding ways around those drawbacks.
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