A Franklin Templeton webinar discussed whether the current climate is signaling the start of a new market environment.
TIPs, emerging market equities and commodity-oriented investments are seen as safe hedges right now.
Despite a lack of knowledge about the accounts, experts say the potential for growth in these products is high.
Alight attributes this increase to a rising stock market and steady trades into equities.
Academics say "low-attention" investors let TDF managers favor their own families of funds at the expense of performance.
Interest in ESG investing continues to grow, but many investors want proof of its alpha.
We will discuss how asset managers are putting environmental, social and governance investing themes to work. Particular attention will be paid to the regulatory environment and the potential to pursue greater investment returns by seeking out companies with higher ESG ratings.
Advisers should be educated about annuities and how to analyze them to help plan sponsors decide the best products to use.
Retirement plan balances have never been higher, fresh data from the Investment Company Institute shows, yet many millions of Americans are unable to participate in the growth.
Sources say it’s partly due to the growing popularity of ESG investing, but there’s a lot more going on to fuel the trend, from increasing market complexity to the emergence of new regulations.
Sources say 2021 was already coming together as a year of very strong economic growth, and with the passage of an additional $1.9 trillion in fiscal stimulus support, a broad-based recovery could come sooner than later.
After the challenges of 2020’s volatile market, financial advisers should learn how to approach any future obstacles with their clients.