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Oh I know it's small I just suggested it because the minimum investment is low and you don't have to put in every month. It's a good way to get started if you can't afford a lot.

It is currently only about 5% of our total holdings so I don't worry about it.

The fund management office is in my hometown and my uncle who is a finacial advisor/planner knows the principal manager and has confidence that the fund will be there long term. :)

The criticism doesn't bother me. And I'm glad others have some options for Toni, I was just putting in my $.02 about a great little fund with a good record to date that is easy to get into and doesn't require automatic investment each month.
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