Stable Value Fund

What is a Stable Value fund?

stable value graphA stable value fund generally invests in investment contracts, certain types of fixed income securities (e.g., U.S. treasury bonds, corporate bonds, mortgage-backed securities, bond funds), and money market investments. While the stable value fund tries to maintain a stable $1 unit price, the fund cannot guarantee that this unit price will be maintained and its yield may fluctuate. The goal of the stable value fund is to preserve the participant's principal investment while earning interest income.


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