] and Morningstar
turned in comment letters on the SEC's target-date fund proposals, and the Wall Street Journal
Both backed the idea of requiring a table that
shows how funds shift from riskier holdings to more conversative ones.
Another component of the SEC's proposal involves disclosing information about how the funds will look on the target-date in marketing materials, adjacent to the fund name. Morningstar suggested de-emphasizing the idea that the funds are
structured with a single date in mind.
BlackRock, for its part, believes that the graphic
and other disclosures will suffice.
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