Have we been wrong all along? Are target date funds the way to go? CFP Judith Ward from T. Rowe Price funds joins us with some surprising data. It seems that T. Rowe Price 401k participants with target date funds were less likely to abandon their strategy during the last market downturn than those who didn’t use target date funds. Judith shares other fascinating statistics about investor behavior as well that YOU can use to tweak your performance the next time volatility erupts.
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<14:42>Judith Ward, T. Rowe Price
The T. Rowe Price piece on Target Date Funds: How Retirement Investors Respond To Market Volatility
Say “Hey-ya” to Judith on Twitter: @JudithBWard
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