investments

Choice Overload: Determining How Many Investment Options To Offer
Many plan sponsors struggle with deciding how many investment options to offer in their retirement plans. While people generally like to have lots of options when making other decisions, having too many plan options can potentially lead to poor investment decisions by plan participants. In addition, increasing plan options can also increase plan costs, as  Read More →
Long-Term Investment Returns: Time to Reset Expectations
We are now in the eighth year of an equity bull market, making this the second-longest upswing in American history.¹ Additionally, the bond market has been in a secular bull market since 1982 as rates on the 10-year treasury fell steadily from above 14 percent to below 2 percent last year.² The recent strong returns  Read More →
Di-worse-ification? 4 Ways Your Portfolio Can Become Too Diversified
There is a saying that diversification is “the only free lunch in investing.” Since its inception, diversification has fundamentally changed the way people plan their portfolios and handle investment risk. It has become so central to investing that most retirement accounts sink all of their value into mutual funds and exchange-traded funds, which feature diversity  Read More →

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