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: Stable value funds have become today’s most popular 401(k) investment, but they come with complex risks


Amid market mayhem, retirement plan participants are pouring money into a 401(k) investment option that is widely seen as a safe haven yet comes with a convoluted set of potential pitfalls. 

Stable value funds, which combine diversified bond portfolios with bank or insurance-company contracts that help guard against market volatility, took in 85% of 401(k) trading inflows in May, according to the Alight Solutions 401(k) Index. Looking at data going back to 2013, stable value funds have never attracted such a large percentage…

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