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Tuesday, November 01, 2022
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SECURE 2.0 Likely to Pass this Year
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Three separate bills, dubbed SECURE 2.0 when taken together, are likely to be passed into law by this December, according to Washington insiders.
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Retirement Consultant Gallagher Buys f3's ‘Turnkey’ Wealth Management Platform
Gallagher says the deal adds a financial asset management platform to meet plan sponsor demand for holistic retirement plan participant needs.
Today’s Most Read
1. Wait, SECURE 2.0 Might Not Pass?
2. Asset Managers Scramble to Offer In-Demand Investment Vehicles
3. NQDC Plans Increasingly Used to Try and Draw, Retain Execs
The Case for the 60/40 Portfolio's Survival – In Two Charts
60/40 investing for long-term savers is coming under fire with the recent market downturn and rise in alternative options. Researchers at Leuthold Group break down why 60/40 may still have life in two simple charts.
Young Workers Want Cryptocurrency in 401(k)s
These workers are more likely to consider a broad range of retirement plan investments and want more options. 
Exploring ESG Investing Conference
Join us Thursday, November 10, for a virtual conference to learn about regulations for environmental, social and governance investing in retirement plans; the debate over whether ESG factors are financial/performance factors; and what allocators, plan sponsors and advisers should consider when deciding whether and how to use ESG investments.   
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Monday, the Dow decreased 128.85 points (0.39%) to close at 32,732.95, the Nasdaq lost 114.31 points (1.03%) to finish trading at 10,988.14 and the S&P 500 was down 29.08 points (0.75%) to close at 3,871.98. The Russell 2000 decreased 0.0577 points (0.00%) to close at 1,846.86 and the Wilshire 5000 was down 250.21 points (0.64%) to close at 38,702.50.

The price of the 10-year Treasury note decreased 3/32 bringing the yield up to 4.057%. The price of the 30-year Treasury bond decreased 30/32 bringing the yield up to 4.201%.

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