Participants in 401(k) plans over the past 10 years have continued to make the same mistakes, John Hancock found in a recent analysis of returns between 1997 and 2006.

Investors either tended to place too much in very conservative choices or very aggressive selections, weren’t properly diversified and failed to rebalance on a regular basis.

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