An overwhelming majority of big-ticket retirement plans are moving against market timing, and the ones who have not moved are preparing to do so, according to a survey by the Committee on Investment of Employee Benefit Assets, a division of the Association for Financial Professionals.

While 69% of large plan sponsors have already installed anti-market timing plans, another 14% said plans to curb the quick, in-and-out, trades are in the works. Fifty-one plans, with combined assets of $192.5 billion, responded to the survey.

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