“When the Obama administration released its new investing regulations aimed at protecting retirement savers from conflicted advice, its name – “fiduciary rule” – doubtless flummoxed some. But behind the clunky term are new standards that could give you clearer information when making decisions about your retirement nest egg.” Today’s article lays out how the new “fiduciary rule” will impact the investing landscape. How will investors’ relationships with their advisors change? Will investors have to sell investments their advisors recommended in the past that do not conform to the new rule? Will the change save investors money or does it spell trouble for those with smaller accounts? For answers to these questions and more, CLICK HERE.