Whatever you have at the moment, they are only profits or losses on paper. There will be stages, no matter how good you are, when your investments are slow to perform. But overtime, stock funds usually do well. So be patient and hang in there.If you want to know more about your fund, check it out on Morningstar.com available on line from the financial pages of Excite.com.The best advice is keep buying stock funds and don't worry about it. Some will do better than others in the short term. I would think about changing funds only if it fails to perform after about 2 yrs. In other words, don't over react. Be patient and check them after a year or so.
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