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Jim McCool (right), Charles Schwab’s executive vice president of institutional business, made waves at an asset-management conference in March when he announced that the brokerage firm soon would offer 401(k) retirement plans stuffed solely with exchange-traded funds. The Wall Street Journal reports he added that the San Francisco-based investment giant would let investors trade them without charge.

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