How the S&P 500 Stacks Up Against Other Index Funds During a Market Correction
Robert R. Johnson
Passive investors who are reluctant to take on more risky equities often allocate a large portion of their retirement money into index funds, deferring to the widely popular S&P 500, which has fallen by over 10% during the market correction.
Chang, Ellen, "How the S&P 500 Stacks Up Against Other Index Funds During a Market Correction" (2016). In the News. 997.