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Why you may want to look under hood of your target-date fund

edited July 30 in The Bullpen
https://www.ajc.com/news/business/wes-moss-why-you-may-want-to-look-under-hood-of-your-target-date-fund/RRCLB6E67RHOHEAKGQ6KVURWBI/


Asset allocation. Portfolio rebalancing. Dollar cost averaging. These are all different investment concepts that Americans use to prepare for and navigate a happy retirement. I’d like to introduce an additional one that typically garners a little less press but that I believe can be just as helpful. It’s the 15/50 Stock Rule, and it’s a concept that I encourage in place of using the older rule of thumb to Own Your Age in Bonds (OYAIB).

Interesting article about different TDF and compositions

Do you follow OYAIB rule?
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