Stable value funds, a capital preservation vehicle popular with 401(k),-reached an all-time high of $646 billion at the end of last year, according to a report released Monday by Cerulli Associates.           

In a review of the mutual fund and ETF market, Cerulli gave a few reasons for the value funds reaching these heights, but also cited a few caution signs for advisors to note.

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