Investing in 401k

Microsoft Djehehsub
Oct 3, 2018 12 Comments

Hi I had 2 questions -
1. What are some good mutual funds to invest your 401k in?
2. How can I check my overall profit in 401k since I started investing. Fidelity is my broker

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  • Microsoft S Nadela
    Do not listen to mkay. The returns on life path target date funds are abominable. How the hell do you manage a 2018 YTD return of 2.13% in this bull market? You’re better off with index ETFs like VTSAX.
    Oct 3, 2018 3
    • Microsoft JohnSnow🐲
      ++ invest in index funds not target date.
      I have vang s & p 500 idx tr.
      Oct 3, 2018
    • Microsoft / Eng
      japskills

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      japskillsmore
      Yo Nadella, that's because target funds have diversified into foreign equities. You of all should know that considering you recently sold shit ton of Msft stocks to diversify your portfolio
      Oct 4, 2018
    • Microsoft BlackSanta
      You know something, John Snow. I have 50% of mine going into the same index trust etf.
      Oct 4, 2018
  • Microsoft / IT gandu
    There is a tab called customer care click the chat options and paste these two questions there ...
    Oct 3, 2018 0
  • Microsoft / Eng mkay🔪
    Invest in target retirement funds, they are low cost and pretty good diversification.
    Oct 3, 2018 0
  • Valorem Hdmejzknr
    401ks were for another generation. Unless you can play with company money through company match, there are better investment vehicles out there.
    Oct 3, 2018 4
    • Microsoft / Eng mkay🔪
      Buy real estate and rent out? Or there's anything else?
      Oct 3, 2018
    • Valorem Hdmejzknr
      Thats my strat. Free equity and passive income with cheap interest, what’s not to like?
      Oct 3, 2018
    • Microsoft / Eng mkay🔪
      Yes it is good, and if played smart no capital gains tax.
      Oct 3, 2018
    • Microsoft MereMortal
      401k are for another generation? Lol
      Oct 3, 2018
  • GoodRx BobAxelrod
    Fidelity usually will break out your P&L in their online reporting via the NetBenefits site. You shouldn't really pay too much attention to your balance if you're young because it's a long term investment and not worth sweating over shorter term moves.
    Oct 3, 2018 0