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If you are talking about the funds that are in their retirement accounts, they don't have ticker symbols because, technically, they are variable annuities and not mutual funds.

Their retail class of mutual funds do have ticker symbols (eg TRLCX which I have in my son's Coverdell account).

Their variable annuities can be tracked in your Motley Fool portfolio using a set of symbols like TC_1002 (their global equities fund) and TC_1009 (their real estate fund). It's a pain, but you can find most of them by searching in Symbol Lookup for CREF or TIAA.

-Ken
A Big TIAA-CREF Fan
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