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Category Archives: TARGET-DATE FUNDS
“Target-date funds… are the lazy investors dream.” -The “Buy Like Buffet” blog If you’ve been following our blog, you’re aware that we’re not big fans of target-date funds.They have suffered from poor market performance, higher-than-necessary fees, and other substantial problems … Continue reading
Part 6 of “Target-Date Investing: Ten Mistakes Wall Street Hopes You Make.” (Find the whole series here.) “Successful people ask better questions, and as a result, they get better answers.” -Tony Robbins Mistake #10: Ask the wrong questions. (Or… ask … Continue reading
Part 5 of our “Target-Date Investing: Ten Investment Mistakes Wall Street Hopes You Make” series. (You can find all of our Target-Date Funds articles here.) “Usually, one would expect a retail product in a fast-growing, $500 billion market to have … Continue reading
PART 4 of our “Target-Date Investing: Ten Investment Mistakes Wall Street Hopes you Make” series. “In my opinion, they (target-date funds) should come with a label that says, ‘Warning: This target-date fund is loaded with equities that may be hazardous … Continue reading
Part 3: Target-Date Investing: Ten Investment Mistakes Wall Street Hopes You Make ” ‘Through’ funds have been concocted as (1) an excuse for the 2008 failure and (2) a grab at keeping assets longer.” – Ron Surz, Target Date Solutions … Continue reading
“Target-date funds are an expensive tool. It’s like taking a taxi to Vegas.” – John Graves, financial author, in the Huffington Post. Part 2: Are You Paying for Retirement Fund Conflicts of Interest? In part one of “Target-Date Investing: Ten … Continue reading
“Nowadays, watching the rollercoaster ride that is our current market… will make even the most seasoned investor think twice about dumping the majority of those retirement dollars in the stock market, but don’t give up on Wall Street just yet.” … Continue reading