Use of more conservative portfolios can result in women not being adequately prepared for retirement, new research warns.
Many asset managers describe 2017 as a “tipping point” for collective investment trust flows from DC plans, according to a new analysis from Cerulli Associates.
“Distribution of standalone product has become more competitive in the wake of commoditization and platform consolidation,” according to a new analysis from Cerulli Associates.
Several Americans across generations fear their portfolios aren’t diversified enough to secure a comfortable retirement in the event of a market correction.
The 3% return on the standard equity portfolio measured during the second quarter pushed the decade-old DC plan investing index to a record-breaking year.
However, according to the Alight Solutions 401(k) Index, formerly the Aon Hewitt 401(k) Index, trading activity for the months was the lowest for the year.
Actively managed mutual funds attracted significant adviser-intermediated assets during the first half of 2017, but money is quickly flowing out of non-institutional active share classes.
Aria’s RetireOne Platform Offering Variable Annuity; Vanguard Launches Global Balanced Funds; Pensionmark Rolls Out New Investment Reporting Tools; and more.
Nuveen’s lead equity strategist Bob Doll suggests one of the “biggest U.S. economic wildcards” is the political backdrop, but other crucial factors are at play behind the headlines.
Mutual funds continue to be the investment vehicle of choice among the 42 DCIO providers surveyed, while exchange traded funds are almost entirely avoided.
A new analysis published by Pantheon warns that the total number of publically listed securities has dramatically declined in recent decades—challenging assumptions about maximizing diversification.
Even with more innovative approaches to building menus, the experts agreed that workers today “will not be able to invest their way out of the major challenges they face.”
Pavilion Advisory expands consultant team; American Century Investments names head of ETFs; Deutsche AM expands equities portfolio management team; Lockton hires senior VP; Glenn Reed retires from Vanguard.
The growth of 4.67% is the highest quarterly bump for the index since the end of 2013.
Plan sponsors can provide participants with a variety of tools to help them determine whether they are on the right track to retire on time.
Morgan Stanley Changes Fund Offerings; Wilshire Launches ABR Equity Index; Data Science Partners Develops Downside-Risk Protection Model; and more.
Most advisers are optimistic about equity markets and believe the Trump administration will have a positive impact on their business, but pessimism about the bond market prevails.
J.P. Morgan’s head of target-date strategies urges plan advisers to reexamine the “critical role of fixed-income assets in target-date funds,” highlighting ways they can help clients generate stronger risk-adjusted returns and manage volatility.
As the supply of savings rises relative to demand, the “market-clearing return” on savings declines.
They are telling investors, young and old, to get their portfolios in order now—not in the throes of the next recession.