When looking for low expense-ratio funds (specifically Target Date funds), they all seem to be one of two options: No transaction fees and high expense ratio (Example: AREVX $0 transaction, %.98 ...
It seems a lot of people recommend lifecycle funds. They're even an allowed default investment for 401ks now. But given how little I trust Wall Street, I'm curious if there's any quality academic ...
I just calculated out that investing my Roth IRA in a Lifecycle fund will cost me about $65k more than investing directly in the underlying funds, effectively doubling the expense ratio. And the funds ...
Both my wife and I have Fidelity IRA accounts, but I've never fully utilized it. I'd like to seed this account throughout the year, but I have questions: How much money can I put in per year? What ...
Just curious what the consenus is on just dumping 100% of your 401k into one of the age related mutual funds. My 401k is through Fidelity and they have "FreedomFunds" which retirement dates. So I ...