Can you help me understand something?

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mango72
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Can you help me understand something?

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Looking at tspcalc #85660, which has been in the F fund since trade day 1, its current return for January shows .96%. However, looking at the return for the F fund YTD, it shows .51%.

What am i missing? Should the two be the same or close to it?

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head
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Re: Can you help me understand something?

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85660 was in the I Fund for the first trading day of January, 2020, which was January 2. Then traded into the F Fund on the second trading day. So on the third trading day you would have been in the F Fund if you did a IFT on the second trading day before 1215 hrs. Thanks.

mango72
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Re: Can you help me understand something?

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head wrote:85660 was in the I Fund for the first trading day of January, 2020, which was January 2. Then traded into the F Fund on the second trading day. So on the third trading day you would have been in the F Fund if you did a IFT on the second trading day before 1215 hrs. Thanks.
Ok. I see where I misunderstood now. I need to take in to account where my money was sitting on the actual day of the IFT and the previous funds return for that day. Thank you...

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Fund Prices2021-03-04

FundPriceDayYTD
G $16.54 0.00% 0.17%
F $20.60 -0.31% -2.83%
C $56.25 -1.32% 0.60%
S $77.38 -2.84% 4.29%
I $35.80 -1.03% 1.16%
L2065 $12.58 -1.44% 1.36%
L2060 $12.58 -1.44% 1.36%
L2055 $12.58 -1.44% 1.37%
L2050 $26.05 -1.21% 0.94%
L2045 $11.95 -1.13% 0.87%
L2040 $43.84 -1.05% 0.82%
L2035 $11.66 -0.96% 0.75%
L2030 $39.05 -0.88% 0.70%
L2025 $11.22 -0.69% 0.57%
Linc $22.34 -0.33% 0.27%

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