Understanding the Stable Value Landscape
During turbulent markets and time periods with low-interest rates, many investors look for investments that see capital preservation. This is where Stable Value Funds come in.
Stable Value funds are typically offered in 401(k) plans, are similar to money market funds. The difference being that Stable Value Funds post higher yields with relatively lower risk.
Stable Value remains an attractive capital preservation option for retirement plans in the current market environment. Click the link below to watch an insightful video featuring Steve Horner, Portfolio Manager at Putnam. The video discusses:
- The key differences between Stable Value Funds and Money Market Funds
- and the features of Stable Value Funds that plan sponsors should be aware of
- Portfolio composition differences and how they affect risk/return
- Stable value's ability to smooth returns
- And much more!
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