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|Subject: Re: Where did TMF's portfolios go?||Date: 5/7/2004 2:44 PM|
|Author: intercst||Number: 167556 of 767120|
While this is sort of off the topic of retirement (perish the thought that that would happen here frequently <G>),
What ever happened to TMF's model portfolios ("Foolish 4", etc.)? I can't seem to find them. I'll admit I rarely follow them, but I was interested to check the long term performance. Are they still here? If so, where are they hiding?
20 years in the IT industry, a CS degree, and can't find nothin'....
After the 2000 bear market, the TMF portfolios began to perform so poorly that TMF abandoned them. I think TMF washed all mention of them from its web site in embarrassment.
However, the REHP web site still posts annual updates of the retirement portfolios it tracks, see link:
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