It appears President Bush is about to reveal the one thing that everyone in the mutual fund industry has been eagerly anticipating: details on his controversial proposal to privatize a portion of Social Security.

Exactly when the president might lay out his plan to ensure the 75-year-old program's solvency is another matter; but the White House seems to have finally lifted its unspoken gag order on the issue.

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