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Should allocations freeze at the retirement date, get more conservative, or is there a more customized solution? Experts weigh in.
As baby boomers enter retirement, history's greatest wealth transfer is under way, with $30 trillion to be passed on to Gen X and Y heirs.
Advisors differ on their use, but qualified longevity annuity contracts (QLACs) can help investors hedge against outliving their savings.
High-growth frontier markets — smaller emerging economies around the world — can offer the high risk and returns some investors are seeking.
Diversification is a great hedge against investment uncertainties, but investors, now spoiled for asset choice, often overcomplicate things.
Amid stock market volatility, there has been nearly $8 billion in net inflows to so-called alternative funds since the beginning of 2015.
Migration from actively managed mutual funds to passively managed funds hasn't abated, but not every active asset manager is affected.
There is still a wide belief that investors may be better off with active investment management as opposed to buying an index fund.
Smart beta funds offer investors who like low-cost, user-friendly index investing new ways to beat the market.
Active fund managers are hopeful they'll have a better shot at outperforming passively managed funds in a bad market than in a good one.
Before choosing from the wealth of available funds, consider your goals, expectations, risk tolerance and interest in managing assets.
Thanks to growth in money management, the ability to create a diversified, low-cost investment portfolio has never been greater.
CNBC ranks the top 50 money managers for 2015, based on total assets under management, total number of accounts and average account size.