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401(K) Plans: Frequent and Collective Trading Are Uncommon and Not a Significant Concern for Plan Participants, Sponsors, or Mutual Funds
Charles A. Jeszeck (au)
In the early 200s, federal regulators identified patterns of short-term trading abuses in mutual funds, including certain undisclosed market timing practices. Market timing involves frequent trading of shares of the same mutual fund to take advantage of temporary disparities in the value of a fund and its underlying assets in the fundäó»s portfolio. Such practices have the potential to compromise the savings of long-term investors, including retirement plan participants who own mutual fund shares. This report provides information on: (1) the types of trading restrictions that 401(k) plan participants typically face; (2) what is known about frequent or collective trading by plan participants and the effect of such trading on plan costs; and (3) how stakeholders view current regulation of a participantäó»s ability to manage retirement accounts and the duties of plan fiduciaries and obligations of mutual funds. This is a print on demand report.
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