WASHINGTON -- If John Bogle were writing the rules, not only would broker-dealers be considered fiduciaries, but to fulfill those obligations there would be a lot less trading activity.
Bogle, the founder of fund giant Vanguard Group, argues that the financial services sector as a whole is chasing short-term gains and in the process saddling investors with the costs of higher trading volumes and often not acting in their best interests.
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