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Strategic Insight’s quarterly target-date fund analysis
Automated investment solutions provide comfort, as well as diversification, for retirement plan participants.
Extreme equity investing in DC retirement plans has declined.
When evaluating and choosing a target-date fund, plan sponsors need a definitive process in place to support decision-making.
Does your target-date fund match your participant demographics?
Is your plan designed to improve participant outcomes?
DC plan participants who choose their own investments prefer equities, Northern Trust finds.
Meeting income objectives in retirement is key for target-date funds, according to 401(k) consultants polled by PIMCO.
One long-time portfolio designer says addressing risk in TDFs is a bit like playing a game of whack-a-mole: Focusing too much on one risk lets the others run rampant.