Stable value is typically compared to money market funds and short to intermediate term bond funds.
All investments have risks, however stable value works to minimize risk wherever possible.
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A fund, typically offered by a bank or trust…
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Over a business cycle, most stable value investment options have historically provided gross returns similar to short- to intermediate-maturity bond strategies but without the daily mark-to-market volatility.Learn More
Stable value generally refers to a relatively low-risk asset class that focuses on capital preservation and liquidity, while providing steady, positive returns to participants within certain types of savings plans.Learn More