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What can we learn from the policy and practice traits of plan sponsors who refuse to fall into the fund rotation trap? (Winter 2013)
There are two significant trends in DC investing: the use of traditional glidepath strategies (reducing equity as an investor ages) and the use of mostly cap-weighted passive money management. Both of these movements are challenged in a recent article in The Journal of Retirement.
Today there is a widely held belief that, given loose monetary policies and continuing high federal deficits, at some point the U.S. economy is likely to experience hyperinflation. But despite a doomsday scenario of hyperinflation, many prominent economists are predicting the opposite scenario: deflation.
Using the enrollment form, TDFs can be presented so that participants must choose to either select a single TDF or be their own asset allocator. (Fall 2013)
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