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Automatic enrollment, investment advice, the Roth 401(k) ... employers continue to add features to their retirement plans. Here are the trends and the caveats. By Liz Pulliam Weston In the beginning, safety features weren't a standard part of automobile design. It took decades for car manufacturers to introduce things like seat belts, collapsible steering columns and crush zones on mass-produced vehicles. Likewise, 401(k) plans weren't originally designed to save investors from themselves -- or from run-ins with greedy plan administrators or a malfunctioning marketplace. But a couple of decades of experience in seeing ...
It’s no secret that the stock market in general offers what appear to be reasonable if not downright low valuations. The S&P 500, which closed near 1079 on Monday, is expected to generate EPS in 2011 of 94.64 according to Standard & Poor’s, which aggregates analyst estimates. This would be a gain of 14% from 2010 and suggests that stocks trade at just 11.4 P/E. Even based on 2010, which is more than half complete, the P/E is just 13. What a difference a decade makes! Just ten years ago, the market commanded a P/E of 20 or more. For conservative investors, these are interesting times. ... Read More
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