401(k) Trading Didn’t Hurt Returns for Participants in Q1: Report

The American College of Financial Services
June 30, 2020

Amid the market uncertainty of the COVID-19 pandemic, prevailing financial wisdom for those investing in their 401(k) accounts has been to stay the course and avoid trading. But has that approach really paid off since then?

The College’s faculty wealth management experts Michael Finke and David Blanchett write in a recent report that between people who made trades within their 401(k) portfolios and those who didn’t, the end results actually aren't that different. Read more about their findings in InvestmentNews.

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