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I'm surprised to hear you are in the hole. Do you mean the NAV is below your initial investment price, or have you lost even after dividends?

I looked at the monthly historical quotes ( and it shows pretty clearly that the OP means the NAV is lower than it was when s/he bought into the fund. On a dividend-adjusted basis, the last 2 months are the only time in history that this fund has been above its current level.

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