Opinion: Fiduciary rule critics cry wolf about hurt investors

NEW YORK - It’s early days for the Department of Labor’s fiduciary rule, but its critics are already wagging their fingers and saying “we told you so.” The main thrust of the rule - the requirement that brokers put their clients’ interests ahead of their own when handling retirement accounts - took effect on June…

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