Editorial

Giving financial wellness its due recognition

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EDITORIAL

DC plan sponsor executives have recognized that financial demands other than retirement need to be tackled so that they don't derail retirement savings.
Lessons from the Great Recession

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EDITORIAL

The bear market of 2008-09 caused significant changes in the U.S. retirement system but taught valuable lessons that should not be forgotten.
Stock buybacks must not be strangled

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EDITORIAL

Stock buybacks are on a tear. But they're not without controversy.
Witnesses to the shifting landscape

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EDITORIAL

Pensions & Investments' annual survey of the largest U.S. retirement funds once again provided a portrait of changes in the investment of their huge asset pools.
Bill Gross illustrates how bond investing has changed

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EDITORIAL

Bill Gross' retirement is the end of a remarkable career and the end of an era.
Focus on more urgent issues, not wall

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EDITORIAL

In addition to crimping economic growth, another government shutdown would needlessly delay work on other pressing issues affecting Americans.
Cybersecurity must be top priority for all institutions

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EDITORIAL

Cybersecurity must move to the top of the priority list for asset managers and owners.
'Stick to the plan' best advice when market volatility strikes

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EDITORIAL

401(k) plan participants need to ride out volatility in stocks to achieve the best long-term returns.
Jack Bogle, the financial revolutionary

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EDITORIAL

Jack Bogle deserves a great deal of the credit for the growth of 401(k) plans as the most important vehicle for retirement saving.
Index fund warning must be heeded

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EDITORIAL

The asset management world would be wise to pay attention to Jack Bogle's concerns about index funds.