In a recent speech, Charlie Ellis, founder of the international consulting firm Greenwich Associates, shared the challenges 401(k) participants face in becoming better investors. As outlined recently in Think Advisor, Ellis cited survey data which indicated that 80% of people think they’re above-average investors. He shared the following false signals that lead to that conclusion:

How can you educate 401(k) plan participants to become better investors in light of these challenges? Consider including the following points in your next employee education presentation:

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