WSJ Targets Risk-Based Funds
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Monday, April 05, 2010

WSJ Targets Risk-Based Funds

Fundsters interested in asset allocation funds, particularly risk-based ones, may want to take a look at Michael Pollock's story today in the Wall Street Journal. Pollock highlights such-risk-based (or lifestyle) funds as a way for investors to get in on stock market gains without being as exposed to the market's swings.

Several industry insiders weigh in, including: Greg Carlson, a Morningstar analyst; Alan Gayle, a portfolio manager at RidgeWorth; David Joy, chief market strategist at RiverSource; Francis Kinniry, principal at Vanguard; Ned Notzon, overseer of allocation strategies at T. Rowe Price; and Edward Perks, manager of Franklin Income.

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