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Hi all, Would like to know if there is a free or for-fee charting service that plots total returns (i.e., including dividends and capital gains) for mutual fund prices over various time periods, including custom time periods. TIAA reports total returns for a fund's YTD performance, but not for any other time periods. The main free charting sites ( e.g.,yahoo finance, marketwatch) only report NAV's (Net Asset Value-or the share price for a particular day), so when a fund goes ex=dividend, the share price suddenly drops approximately the amount of the dividend (or capital gain), and often with no explanation. Any suggestions?
I've been with AXA for 11 years and have recently discovered what a bad place to be putting my money. I'm a teacher and only have 403(b) offerings. My options in my district are currently: American Funds - R3 Investments American Funds - R4 Investments AXA Equitable Franklin Templeton Bank & Trus, F.S.B MetLife Variable Annuity Life Insurance Company (VALIC) Can someone tell me which is the best one to go with? I plan on taking everything out of my AXA account.
This may seem like a basic question but how is the price of a target date mutual fund determined? Are prices determined based on volume of shares purchased on a specific day for the specific target date mutual fund (example: Vanguard Target 2020?) or is it based on the the actual value of assets that it holds (example for that Target 2020 would be the Vanguard Total Stock Market Index Fund)? Today I notice that my target date fund dropped in value by 1.26% in trading today. However the individual assets that this target date fund holds did not drop in price. Anyone know how these work? Thanks.