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.
Plan sponsors should consider a stable value fund, which generally provides the yield of a short- to intermediate-term bond fund with the price volatility of a money market fund. This may help retirees drawing down savings.
Have you ever thought about what makes great partnerships work? When you partner with Vanguard Retirement Plan Access, we’ll help you focus your skills and attention on variables that are within your control.
When assisting nonprofits as an outsourced CIO, Vanguard offers a straightforward, competitive, and low-cost alternative to the famous Yale endowment model.
Long-term care costs should be addressed as part of the retirement planning process, but it’s helpful for people to stop panicking and get a realistic understanding of what may lie ahead.
More plan participants are nearing retirement. They’re looking down Drawdown Mountain, asking themselves, “What do I do next?” The road to helping these participants begins with ensuring that your plan is truly a welcoming destination for retirees.
Senior Investment Strategist Chris Tidmore explains how properly benchmarking hedge funds and other alternatives can improve their relative performance.
Recent claims that the Barclays U.S. Aggregate Index (the “U.S. Agg”) is now somehow greatly different than it was do not make sense to me. As Vanguard has noted before, investment grade bonds remain a good source of diversification.