Vanguard announces another round of expense ratio reductions and credits plan sponsors for helping lower the cost of retirement investing for their participants.
In an update to his 2015 post on the unlikely trio of interest rates, bond risk, and the movie Groundhog Day, Vanguard’s Chris Philips espouses the virtues of indexing one’s bond exposure.
Market volatility—from concerns about China to plummeting oil prices—can tempt investors to adjust their allocations, even when they know better. But it can be far better to tough out the difficult periods.
See why Vanguard research data show that some commonly held beliefs about retirement income may not fit retirees’ reality.
With New Year’s resolutions on many investors’ minds, Vanguard CEO Bill McNabb urges plan sponsors to help participants focus on the aspects of investing firmly within their control.
John Croke, senior product manager, Vanguard Portfolio Review Department, shares his thoughts on a common misperception about target-date fund investors and shares the results of a survey that offers valuable insights.
Thirty years have brought a lot of positive changes to defined contribution plans, but Managing Director Martha King believes the future has even greater promise for helping participants reach their retirement goals.
There’s a lot of traditions associated with the end-of-year holiday season, but upping one’s savings generally isn’t one of them. Vanguard’s Rebecca Katz explains why, points out when it’s more likely, and notes “seasons” for other plan activity.
Vanguard Investment Strategy Group’s Brian Scott explains why a rising interest environment shouldn’t cause investors to abandon target-date funds that offer bond index strategies.
Learn why chasing investment returns has a lot in common with riding a roller coaster.