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As markets tumbled this week on coronavirus fears, trading activity in 401(k) plans skyrocketed. Data from Alight Solutions show that most retirement plan investors moved money out of equity funds in accounts and into fixed income — despite the advice they may have gotten from their financial advisors.Published Wed, Feb 26 2020 2:18 PM EST @sharon_epperson MartinPrescott When market volatility is high, financial advisors often suggest investors review — and possibly re-balance — their portfolios rather than make an emotional or impulsive move. Yet as the stock market plunged at the beginning of this week, trading activity in 401(k) plans skyrocketed. And, data show that many investors moved money out of equity funds in accounts and into fixed income. Daily trading activity in 401(k) plan accounts was four-to-six times above average on Monday and Tuesday, according to Alight Solutions, which tracks 401(k) retirement plan activity at large employers. The firm's research found the majority of asset transfer outflows came from U.S. large cap equities and target date funds, while the majority of inflows were into stable value, bond and money market funds. Retirement plan investors seems to be repeating a pattern that often occurs when the markets are volatile . "When there is a deep decline in stocks on Wall Street, people take a reactionary tone and sell off stocks pretty quickly," said Rob Austin, vice president of research at Alight. "This was the highest level of trading activity we've seen since February 2018." More from Invest in You: Read more: CNBC
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acorns Then they’ll buy back in AFTER the market rebounds. People are so dumb acorns Pretty much the worst move to make in a 401k. acorns Lol acorns Only people buying into this computerized organized crime ring WS has become compliments of equally criminally corrupt SEC are degenerate gamblers, not investors lol run folks, they have stealing your $ down to a science, it’s a rigged racket for select criminals who control all
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How valuable is your 401(k)? These numbers will tell youIf you want to retire you need to know these numbers first About 30 % less valuable than a week ago Just think of the compounding interest that was lost via 2008, while the taxpayers bailed out the corporations. Oh just allowed them to repatriate money’s made tax free , for a one time fee, that they claimed they would use for infrastructure? It went to shareholders. Oh Just watching my Life Savings DEPLETE weekly_ no worries here
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Trump is reportedly furious that the stock market is plunging on coronavirus fearsAccording to a new report, President Trump believes health officials' warnings over the coronavirus has sparked the market sell-off. I am too Fiscal Stimulus So what happened to Tuesday’s bounce CNBC was so sure of 🤔
As stocks sell off again, chart analyst sees buy signal in bond marketThe fear trade took over to begin the week. But, even with this recent turn to safety, Oppenheimer's head of technical analysis, Ari Wald, says the bond market bid could be flashing a buy signal for riskier stocks. TradingNation Whistling past the graveyard. TradingNation My prediction will be within 120 days you'll see a 22k. Let's hope a mighty can come up with an injection which will both say people in the Dow otherwise this Dow is finished within six months... TradingNation Y'all better give royalties to my man JayWoods3 for using such a beautiful pic of him
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