Newsdash Insight on Plan Design & Investment Strategy from PLANSPONSOR
October 2nd, 2019

How Home Equity Can Fuel Retirement Income

The illiquidity of home equity can make retirement income planning difficult for those with much of their wealth concentrated in residential real estate. Read more >
Helping People Work Past Age 65
While 75% of employers consider their companies to be “aging friendly,” only 54% of workers think their companies have adopted such policies. Read more >
2044: Achieving Retirement Security for the Average American Worker
It’s important that we pause for a moment—to look beyond next year’s political showdown and ahead to 2044. Read more >
2020 Adviser of the Year Nominations Open
PLANADVISER Magazine needs your help in identifying the best retirement plan advisers in the country. The deadline for nominations is October 18th. Read more >
Retirement Plan Cybersecurity the Issue in a New Lawsuit
Retirement Income Coming Soon to a 401(k) Near You
The Four Possible Paths for Senate SECURE Act Passage
Plugging the Leak: Uncashed Distribution Checks
While Popular, Default Electronic Delivery of Plan Documents Irks Some
Sponsored message from PIMCO
Rationality and Retirement: Mutually Exclusive?
Cognitive biases may lead to suboptimal judgments. Behavioral science-based nudges may help Read more >
Dissecting the Custom Target-Date Fund Market
The 2019 PLANSPONSOR Target-Date Fund (TDF) Buyer’s Guide breaks down the custom TDF market by provider, series name, glide path landing point, number of funds per series, and according to the underlying fund vehicle. Read more >
Through the ‘Window’
The opportunity to invest beyond the plan’s fund lineup. Read more >
Market Mirror
Tuesday, the Dow tumbled by 343.79 points (1.28%) to 26,573.04, the NASDAQ was down by 90.65 points (1.13%) for a 7,908.69 close, and the S&P 500 was down by 36.49 points (1.23%) to finish at 2,940.25. The Russell 2000 declined by 29.94 points (1.97%) to a 1,493.43 finish, and the Wilshire 5000 took a 536.03 point hit (1.77%) to end at 29,815.90. The price of the 10-year Treasury note was up by 3/32, lowering its yield to 1.636%, and the price of the 30-year Treasury bond was also up, by 4/32, pushing its yield down to 2.094%.

Editorial: Alison Cooke Mintzer


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