The Best Target Retirement Date Mutual Funds
The table below compares the performance and other essential indicators like dividend yield and expense ratio of 750 Target Retirement Date mutual funds.
Target Retirement Date mutual funds, also known as target-date funds or lifecycle funds, are a type of investment vehicle designed to simplify retirement planning for investors. These funds gradually adjust their asset allocation based on a predetermined retirement date, automatically shifting from a more aggressive, growth-oriented portfolio to a more conservative, income-focused portfolio as the retirement date approaches.
When an investor is further from retirement, the target-date fund allocates a larger portion of its assets to equities with higher growth potential and risk. As the retirement date nears, the fund gradually shifts its allocation towards fixed-income securities and cash equivalents to prioritize capital preservation and income generation.
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10-Year Annualized Return
Risk vs. Return Scatterplot