Educational visuals about important Defined Contribution investment themes and trends.

Under-Invested In Stocks? How To Fix That

CHART OF THE WEEK THUMBNAIL LARGE

More than 70% of Americans are concerned they will not be able to live comfortably in retirement. Proper allocation to stocks can help close their retirement income gap.

  • What’s Causing Your (Financial) Stress?

    83% of American workers say they feel like their financial situation is not under their control, and it is causing them “overwhelming” stress.

  • A Cup of Coffee Costs How Much?

    $21,352.50: The cost of a $1.95 cup of coffee over 30 years in retirement.

  • Falling Short

    The average worker is more than $700,000 short of his self-declared goal of $900,000 in retirement savings.

  • Better Mousetrap, Fewer Mice?

    Despite having access to a plethora of retirement planning tools, workers aren’t using them.

  • Expanding the Fixed Income Menu

    The fixed income market is wide and varied, with many sectors investors can turn to for diversification.

  • What’s Stopping Them From Saving?

    The top objection to saving for retirement: “I need the money now.”

  • What’s Your Plan B?

    Nearly half of American workers consider working longer to be their “Plan B” if they don’t save enough money to retire.

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