No Stomach for Stock-Market Swings? Consider Stable Value

Barron's

09/28/2018

 

If you’re a risk-averse investor, there seems to be nowhere to hide these days. Stocks can be an unsavory option due to high volatility and bonds don’t look much better in the face of rising interest rates. And cash still pays next to nothing. But there’s an oft-overlooked option if you have a 401(k).

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