mojave wrote:That change in market value is insane, everywhere else in my history the change in market value is around 3 cents. I'm not complaining but what's going on here? I debated asking because I'm sure this is kind of a "duh" to most.
RobInCT wrote:Saved you about .13% yearly. Unfortunately your expense ratio is still a pretty mediocre .64%. Fidelity lifecycle funds are a ripoff IMO. They cost almost 4 times what the equivalent Vanguard fund would cost. I owned this fund, and the same thing happened to me. I have since switched to other funds (buying stocks and bonds separately) to find lower expense ratios.