Target-date funds (TDFs) have grown rapidly to become the most popular investments held in workplace retirement plans, such as 401(k), 403(b), and 457 plans. In fact, within many plans, they have become the default investment choice.

With millions of people holding this type of investment, and with the long-running bull market looking more overvalued with each passing year, here is an important question: how well are such funds likely to hold up when the market changes directions, as it has recently?

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