Federated Capital Preservation Fund (ISP)

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Federated Capital Preservation Fund (ISP)

Postby Oddibe McDowell » Wed Apr 01, 2009 8:37 pm

This fund is available in my 401(k).

I have a lump sum that's going in and wanted to park it in something stable, so I can dollar-cost-average over the rest of the year.

For some reason, I can't find any information on this fund and our plan doesn't even list the expense ratio.

Any idea where I can find out some information on this fund?

Thanks!
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Postby stratton » Wed Apr 01, 2009 8:58 pm

I found it in two seconds with a search. It is a stable value fund.

http://www.mdtfunds.com/ffw/funds/fundo ... ed_webuser

http://www.newkirk.com/smartstatement/c ... /X0001.pdf

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Re: Federated Capital Preservation Fund (ISP)

Postby golfpro65 » Mon Feb 20, 2012 10:47 pm

When the poster above says 'it is a stable value fund'. What does that mean in regards to the expense ratio?
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