Most target-date funds are not as diversified as they could be, and particularly as they increase in popularity in 401(k) plans, their design needs to be revisited, according to Folio Investing.

Recent moves by several fund companies to include alternative and other non-traditional assets in their allocations is a step in the right direction, but does not solve their shortcomings, according to Folio Investing founder Steven Wallman.

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