"Now Every Delta Employee Can Manage Their 401k
The most obvious thing about a Fed's Funds 50
the generous use of colors and numbers. Once the
user understands the arrangement of the numbers and what the
different colors signify, the report comes to life. Although
at first it may appear complex, the information is easy to
grasp and very relevant to your needs as a 401k Investor.
The most important thing to notice is the
vertical columns that show weekly returns, in percent gain
or loss, of each of the listed funds. The entire
sheet shows the past performance of those funds (on a weekly
basis) for about one quarter. Take note of the Legend
below, it explains the meaning of each color.
We highly recommend that you
print a copy of the report for your
Fed's Funds 50
monitors a balanced cross section
of 50 popular funds
covering each of the major stock mutual fund categories. By
comparing your funds to their respective Market Index and then
to other funds within the same group (Small-Cap, Mid-Cap,
you can easily discern whether your funds are
Leaders or Laggers for the week, for the month, and even the
quarter or the year.
For a More Complete Selection
of Simplified Long-Term and Short-Term Charts & Graphs try Fed's Funds Complete
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