Target-date retirement funds miss the mark

"A team of researchers from Princeton University in the US and EDHEC, the French business school, have published a study warning that the bond portfolios that target-date funds use are riskier ...

"A team of researchers from Princeton University in the US and EDHEC, the French business school, have published a study warning that the bond portfolios that target-date funds use are riskier than widely thought. These portfolios are typically composed of short-term bonds that are exposed to market risks (eg, changes in interest rates) and do not offer the long-term certainty about income that many retirees expect."

Type: Press article
Date: le 05/10/2018
Research Cluster : Finance
Source : MoneyWeek

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