NEW YORK-Fidelity Investments is playing with-and off-investors' emotions. And when it comes to retirement planning, more often than not, those emotions are negative.

"It takes too much time, it's too difficult, and it's not spontaneous at all," said Fidelity Chief Operating Officer Robert L. Reynolds during a presentation here last week. "We have to help people break through that inertia."

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