Is Your 401(k) Safe During Volatile Markets?
For investors already nervous about being able to afford retirement, seeing the recent stock market swings reflected in their 401(k) balances can be deeply unsettling. Investors looking for a little peace of mind are tempted to cut back on stocks. That impulse is often best ignored when there's market turmoil. Bloomberg's Suzanne Woolley explains why. (Source: Bloomberg)
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Pension Plans, Hedge Funds, and the Way Forward
27:31 - New York State Common Retirement Fund Chief Investment Officer Vicki Fuller, Tourbillon Capital Partners Founder and Chief Investment Officer Jason Karp, and Illinois State Board of Investment Chairman Marc Levine talk with Bloomberg's Erik Schatzker at Bloomberg Invest New York about pension plans' pushback against hedge fund fees and what hedge funds should be doing to accommodate institutional clients. (Source: Bloomberg)