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You can look at it this way: if yours was a deductible, traditional IRA, the 30% you lost will NEVER be taxed by Uncle Sam. If it was a non-deductible IRA or a Roth, the loss is all yours. Honest, stocks go up more than they go down. The value type investments favored by Windsor have been out of favor. Who knows, that can change tomorrow, so you make your choice. Good luck! Chris
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