As an outsourced CIO, Vanguard can deliver competitive endowment returns through our consistent, validated, and transparent approach to investing. The conclusion to a three-part series on the investing landscape for educational endowments.
Retirement plan participants often find themselves with a choice when they review their DC plan menus. Like a custom suit, sometimes a custom-made target-date or white-label fund is a prudent alternative to an off-the-shelf option.
The Yale endowment model may be a victim of its own success. Opportunities in the alternative space are drying up. The second in a three-part series on the investing landscape for educational endowments.
Since 1996, the number of U.S. public companies has been cut in half. But Head of Vanguard Investment Strategy Group Jim Rowley explains research data from a graph showing little, if any, impact the decline has on investors.
Factor-based strategies are often different, even when focused on the same factor. Here are four key questions to ask when evaluating factor products.
Many educational institutions try to duplicate the legendary Yale endowment model in their own investing. Why have Yale’s epic returns proved elusive? The first in a three-part series on the investing landscape for educational endowments.
Investors often try to escape market volatility with tactics that can backfire. A Vanguard target-date retirement fund (TDF) is designed to help investors ride out volatile markets instead of taking potential costly risks.