Pensions and endowments have used liability-driven investing (LDI) for years, but is it feasible as a retirement income strategy for individuals?
At the institutional level the strategy is based on investing assets to match the present value fluctuations of future liabilities. This differs from benchmark-driven strategies which strive to achieve returns that match or beat an external index like the S&P 500.
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