When selecting a stable value investment option, today’s defined-contribution retirement plans have a variety of products to choose from. And while the investment objectives of the different types of stable value investment products are similar — preserving capital, generating relatively attractive returns, and providing liquidity — each has different nuances and features that should be investigated. Here are 5 key things to consider.
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