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mlvandyck,

I have an IRA with Primerica. It is a mutual fund I have with them. The ticker is GEGBX.

You purchased Class B shares. The fund prospectus will tell you how much you will have to pay to exit the fund, depending on how long ago you made the purchase.

According to www.Morningstar.com, this could be up to 4.5% for this fund.

Morningstar gives this fund one star out of five, and rates the fund as "Low" for Return, and "Above Avg" for Risk.

I would say the salesman who talked you into this investment owes you a ride on his yacht!

As you know, the question you have to answer is whether this investment looks good enough to stay with it, even given the very poor past performance of the fund, or whether you should just cut your losses and move on, even though you may be giving up even more money because of the deferred sales charge. It sounds like you have made your decision, and I think you're on the right track.

Good luck with your investments,
Phooley
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