- It's time to push the conversation about including ETFs in 401(k) plans. If costs really matter — and they do — how can anyone overlook ETFs? The ETF as a political weapon.
- Active management might cost more and generally perform worse than index-based strategies, but at least it's good for society, according to Sanford C. Bernstein. The bizarre reality of there now being more indexes than large cap stocks.
- It has been a rough year for hedge funds. Through July, investors pulled $55.9 billion, nearly half of which came out last month. It's starting to look like the second half of 2011.
- It is possible to eat healthier while still enjoying what you're eating. Taking plant-based fare mainstream. Yum.
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