Hi Fools!I'm a VALIC 403-b investor (stop laughing!) and have my funds on ice whilest I attempt to determine alternative strategy. My current employer (a hospital) has just brought in Fidelity. I will be rolling these funds over to Fidelity in the near future. Meanwhile, how to determine the best allocation of VALIC funds as many are named with "VALIC-ease" (eg, NA-Trowe Price) and no symbols are available for easier searching. Does VALIC have an S/P 500 Index fund?thank you and fool on!
Let me get this straight --Your retirement account is in annuities, provided by VALIC, and also administered by VALIC.You want to know which VALIC annuity is most similar to an S&P 500 index tracker.I'd suggest asking among another group likely to be forced into annuities:Teachers Boardhttp://boards.fool.com/Messages.asp?bid=112959
Hello brucegla:Does VALIC have an S/P 500 Index fund?Yes they do, called the North American AG Stock Index Fund. Follow the link for more info on it, see:http://www.valic.com/valic2000/valicweb.nsfClick on "review fund profiles", then scroll down to the "Blend" section of the Fund Profiles page.HTHBookm
brucegla -Have you ever visted www.valic.com? If you go there you can search & analyze all the investment subaccount they offer as well as judge their long-term performance. No symbols are given when a variable annuity has subaccounts that are different from mutual funds they may resemble.Check it out!Regards, PP
dear pp,thank you. bg.
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