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How Much Risk Should a 65-Year-Old Take?

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Thu, 21 Jun 2012

Stacy Schaus, Executive Vice President at PIMCO and her colleague, Ying Gao, recently wrote a white paper titled, “ Loss Capacity Drives 401(k) Investment Default Evaluation ” that tackles some of the most important issues in retirement planning. The white paper discusses the development of asset a

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