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Discussion in 'Men's Economics' started by zkt, Oct 23, 2013.
Anyone into TIAA CREF accounts?
Yes. Why do you ask?
Thought we might share ideas. Two heads are better .... and all that.
I took a safe haven in Cref money market for a while but about time to move.
Have narrowed the field down to:
The worst performance of the lot over the past year was + 21% and the best 30%.
With funds like these fundamental analysis is out the window due to the number of holdings- that's what the fund manager does.
If I didn't have a degree in statistics I would believe that technical analysis is voodoo, BUT it is possible to predict future performance from past in some cases. Anyone into this?
I just cant see buying into a bull market but since all 8 have shown declines over the past few days.....
Sorry, I lost track of this thread. How have these performed since the beginning of 2014? Without looking, let me guess and say they've all been bouncing up and down in a 10 % range??
Just a question, why TIAA-CREF instead of something like Vanguard?
Yea, more or less. But aside from my CREF retirement accnt, which disallows frequent trading, you have the experience and power of, lets say, a 10^7 $ mutual fund at your disposal. Track their trading and follow suit in the short term. TSN is a good example.