Introducing the Pension Investing in 60 Seconds video series, featuring Vanguard’s Chris Alwine and Brett Dutton, who share pension investing expertise and insights on mutual fund myths, risk management, and more.
China’s GDP growth slowed to 6.4% in the fourth quarter of 2018, providing evidence of the U.S.-China trade war’s economic toll. Vanguard’s Qian Wang looks at the trade talks and whether Chinese stimulus measures will foster economic stability.
While Vanguard Target Retirement Funds lagged the S&P 500 through Q3 2018, this dynamic flipped in the fourth quarter, demonstrating their ability, as well-diversified investment portfolios, to protect value in a sharply down equity market.
Vanguard recently enhanced the digital experience for investors visiting our product pages. We created a simple, intuitive, design for our product pages that can help you find the information you’re looking for faster and easier than ever before.
Vanguard Retirement Plan Access can help advisors better serve their clients. This article highlights three informative 2018 blog posts designed to help advisors grow their business.
Vanguard has adjusted its outlook for U.S. interest rate policy in 2019. Global Chief Economist Joe Davis explains why the Federal Reserve is likely to raise rates only once this year.
Would an “auto-annuitize” feature in a TDF benefit participants? Vanguard’s John Croke explains why this would require plan sponsors to base the annuity decision on limited participant information and suggests other changes plan sponsors could make within today’s regulatory environment.
With major indexes swinging up and down daily, it’s easy to understand why—whether you are overseeing a defined contribution (DC) plan, a defined benefit (DB) plan, or nonprofit investors–you might be feeling a bit seasick.
These posts, which cover everything from nonprofit investing to designing your most effective retirement plan, were the eight most-read articles on the Vanguard Blog for Institutional Investors in 2018.
Vanguard Chief Economist Joe Davis sees the Federal Reserve ending this rate-hiking cycle at around 3% next year.