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Target Risk Funds: How Do They Work?
Edwin J. Elton, Martin J. Gruber, and Andre De Souza; all are with the New York University [NYU] -- Department of FinanceLink to more items from this source
Jan. 28, 2015
"Target risk funds and target date funds are two types of mutual funds that make the asset allocation decision for an investor. Target risk funds have not been studied before: this article is the first comprehensive study of their characteristics and performance and how they compare to target date funds as an investment vehicle." [From the article: "These funds differ from target date funds in that they attempt to hold risks (on a relative or an absolute basis) constant over time while a target date fund attempts to lower risk as an investor's time horizon approaches."]

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