This is a Cornell Univerisity article but it may indicate the beginning of a trend, at least for systems/institutions with T-C (and Fidelity) retirement plans, or it may just be an effort by Corenll for it employees. LINK . No exceerpts. Read it if it is of interest to you. Ray
What does this mean for investing retirement assets? Clearly, life expectancy has profound implications for retirement planning —especially for women who, in general, tend to live longer than men. This life expectancy bonus will result
Retirees should think twice before adding foreign-currency-denominated bonds, dedicated emerging-markets funds, and alternatives to their portfolios, says Morningstar's Christine Benz.
Retired investors can tilt their portfolios to the safer side with these funds, says Morningstar's Christine Benz.
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within the next five years. It could also stand in as "bucket 2" for investors employing the bucket system for retirement planning . Its asset allocation is milder than its conservative-allocation peers, which helps explain its lackluster
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Beware the dangers of complacency, remember the virtues of defensive holdings, and resist the temptation to overreach for yield, says Morningstar's Christine Benz.
Poor health, unanticipated expenses or a downturn in the financial markets could wreak havoc on the most careful retirement planning . The first line of defense is emergency cash. Retirees should have enough on hand to cover six months to a year