Managing Director Martha King encourages shareholders to vote in Vanguard’s 2017 proxy campaign. Every shareholder’s vote makes a difference to help to elect the trustees of the Vanguard funds and approve fund policy changes.
An exciting football game can often be the bad kind of exciting—such as when your team’s high-priced quarterback fails to deliver on what his agent promised. The same might be said of some alternative investments.
The prospect of rising interest rates could make plan sponsors lose sight of the greatest risk to participants in target-date funds, along with the important reasons to invest in bonds.
Vanguard Fixed Income Group principal Josh Barrickman discusses how careful sampling, the use of a specialist model, and other techniques help his team’s bond-trading experts tightly tracking bond market indexes.
Index funds may be passive investors, but the Vanguard funds are not passive owners.
The familiar may seem inherently less risky, but is that always true? Vanguard CEO Bill McNabb shares his thoughts on home bias.
The single-fund solution works for most plan participants. But for those who are more informed and engaged, adding a satellite investment on top of a TDF isn’t necessarily a mistake.