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Dale Yahnke featured in “Actively Managed Mutual Funds Fall Short Again — and Investors Notice”

By on October 6, 2013
Categories: D&Y UPDATES

Dale Yahnke was featured in The Los Angeles Times article discussing active versus passive investment philosophies. “For many veteran financial advisors, there’s no contest. Dale Yahnke, a principal at wealth manager Dowling & Yahnke in San Diego, said his firm has been using low-cost index funds as clients’ core portfolio holdings since he co-founded the business 22 years ago.”

 

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