Popular target-date retirement funds raise fundamental questions

11/26/2013 | WealthManagement.com (U.S.)

Target-date retirement funds have grown rapidly to the current total of more than $500 billion, but doubts are being raised about whether they can provide incomes adequate for prolonged retirements. In particular, the funds' large equity stakes are regarded by some as too risky for investors anticipating a certain year of retirement. Other observers cite the funds' strategies, which tend to apply the same formula to wealthy and lower-income clients.

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