Many years ago, I read something that stuck with me - you can't predict future returns based on the past, but you can predict future costs. The higher expense ratio is like a ball and chain dragging down the actively managed fund. You are wise to consider the expenses since it's likely to affect future earnings.FWIW, when I rolled over my 401k last year, I went with a tweaked Coffeehouse portfolio (which reminds me, I need to rebalance). IIRC, all the funds had pretty low expense ratios.-murray
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