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Global equities may have a sunny outlook or 2020, according to Portfolio Manager Brent Puff. Here are three factors shaping his view.
Will global small-cap stocks play catch up to large-cap stocks in 2020? Get the latest outlook from Portfolio Manager Trevor Gurwich.
Value Portfolio Manager Mike Liss sees pockets of opportunities in four areas—provided social media and inflation don't disrupt markets.
We believe focusing on companies’ potential for long-term, sustainable earnings growth is key to helping endure the economic downturn fueled by COVID-19.
Understanding the impact of design decisions on retirement outcomes.
Participants don’t know how to plan for and spend retirement income. Here’s how the industry is stepping in to address the problem.
Rich Weiss, CIO, Multi-Asset Strategies, addresses a range of topics, including the drivers of return and risk in target-date funds, elements of glide path design and a breakdown of the SECURE Act.
The paper explains in a clear and comprehensive way the balance-of-risks approach that underpins the creation of our own target-date series.
The roller-coaster ride of 2018 provides important reminders about market behavior—particularly after several years of consecutive returns.
December 28, 2018
Target-date funds are the most common qualified default investment alternative used in retirement plans today. Changing market conditions make selecting and monitoring these investments challenging.
November 15, 2018
A survey of retirement savers says employees count on their employers to get prepared for retirement. Review key 2018 findings.
August 21, 2018
Our survey of DC advisors revealed a mismatch between tools and goals in the qualified default investment alternative selection process.
August 06, 2018
Hear from Rich Weiss, CIO-Multi-Asset Strategies, to gain an understanding of how the long-term bull market has skewed analysis of target-date options.
Health Savings Accounts (HSAs) boast what other investment accounts cannot: triple tax benefits for eligible medical expenses. They also offer another way to save for retirement. However, investors may need to overcome some misconceptions to make the most of this largely untapped benefit.
Active managers can now offer their time-tested active strategies in what continues to be a popular investment vehicle, the Exchange Trade Fund (ETF).