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The Date Debate Revisited: Evidence Continues to Support a Flat Glide Path in Retirement (PDF)
Russell InvestmentsLink to more items from this source
June 28, 2015

12 pages. "[1] Typical (through) glide path design does not match a participant's exposure to sequence-of-returns risk. [2] A flat glide path makes more sense given both investment and behavioral research. [3] Back-tested results also support the conclusion that flat glide paths are most appropriate in retirement. [4] Common arguments for de-risking in-retirement glide paths do not hold up to scrutiny."

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