Exchange-traded funds could get a larger role in 401(k)s

04/5/2012 | Wall Street Journal, The

Most 401(k) plans have not included exchange-traded funds, in some cases because of fees that are higher than those associated with mutual funds. The cost of trading ETF shares is another challenge. Despite these obstacles, some plan sponsors are considering ways to add ETFs, growing in popularity with investors, to their 401(k) lineups.

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