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Jan. 4th, 2006

Hmm .. I wonder if I could do this all the time on my 401k or all my investments outside of it. That would be nice

 

Statement Period: 01/04/2004 to 01/03/2006

Your Personal Rate of Return

 

 

 

  This Period

41.1%  

 

 

Statement Period: 01/01/2005 to 01/03/2006

 

Your Personal Rate of Return

 

 

 

  This Period

26.2%  

 

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cosmicmonster
Jan. 4th, 2006 05:18 pm (UTC)
I actually follow your 401 posts. I have a 403b (for your other readers, it's like a 401k, but for non-profit organizations), and they only give us 15 portfolios to choose from. The last quarter I checked, one portfolio earned 1%, the others had a loss. I'm not really sure what I'm doing, but I don't think I have a chance when I'm trying to pick the portfolio that will lose the least amount instead of the one who'll earn the most. :D

I'm with Fidelity. I'm going to run upstairs and pick up some info now that you remind. Thanks, sweetie. *hug*
twilightfenix
Jan. 4th, 2006 05:51 pm (UTC)
See that is the sucky part sometimes with Employer sponserd retirment programs sometimes you dont get a nice selection of investments .. =/ that is why investingout side a retirment plan is always good too
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