Short of an unlikely breach of investor trust, Morningstar’s Ben Johnson thinks the fund giant will continue its momentum.
UPDATE: How to decide how much of your 401(k) should be in stocks
Index fan Burton Malkiel is skeptical about 'smart beta'
The most investor-friendly segment of the fund industry.
Our annual study shows that investors are continuing to use these prominent retirement savings vehicles well and costs are coming down.
UPDATE: How much stock should you have in your retirement accounts?
We're moving from the three-category conservative-, moderate-, and aggressive-allocation system to an expanded five-category framework for allocation funds.
Target date funds are throwing off solid returns and protecting investors from their worst instincts. But they can be expensive.
Actively managed and passively managed target-date funds produce similar investment returns over longer time frames, new research shows.
Morningstar research shows increased allocations to foreign markets in target-date funds .