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this is the first time I've heard of a plan that explicitly prohibits an investor from particular trades

Our plan instituted "no more than one trade/rebalance each 14 days" after the mutual fund fiascos last year.

I didn't care, but one of my colleagues was used to jumping in and out of the company stock based on news that affected the stock, such as quarterly earnings numbers being announced. He was kind of peeved.

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