- On Stable Value
- Five Reasons to Consider Stable Value in a Plan Lineup
- Asset class has performed well in multiple rate environments.
- 2022-03-09 18:25
- Key Insights
- Considering market volatility and the impending interest rate hikes, stable value deserves consideration for retirement investing.
- Stable value offers many of the same desirable features as money market portfolios with some potential for a more attractive risk/return profile.
- We believe stable value should be considered as a standalone investment option in every plan and as an option in other retirement products.
1 According to the Stable Value Investment Association. As of September 30, 2021.
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