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Target Date Funds Might Not Deliver Retirement Bliss

Investors, mired in uncertainty, often make the easy choice by selecting a “target date” fund based on their expected retirement date, especially in their 401ks.  They do so because they must this will increase their odds of having funds they need to spend in retirement.  Robert Arnott looked at these and found that taking a contrarian approach may be a better (but certainly not perfect) strategy.

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Ken Moore, Certified Financial Planner®, MBA
Managing Partner

Ken Moore

Written by Ken Moore

Ken’s focus is on investment strategy, research and analysis as well as financial planning strategy. Ken plays the lead role of our team identifying investments that fit the philosophy of the Global View approach. He is a strict adherent to Margin of Safety investment principles and has a strong belief in the power of business cycles. On a personal note, Ken was born in 1964 in Lexington Virginia, has been married since 1991. Immediately before locating to Greenville in 1997, Ken lived in New York City.

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