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One of the our readers asked:
I am 26 years old and have about $21,000.00 in my 401k account.
It is currently set-up as follows:
40% Washington Mutual Investors Fund
40% American Balanced Fund
20% New Perspective Fund
I have options to also invest money in the following:
Capital Worth Grown and Income
Capital World Bond Fund
The Growth Fund of America
U.S. Government Securities Fund
U.S. Treasury Money Fund of America
Europacific Grown Fund R
I have some losses now, but last time I have turned my losses back and it looks like a final result will be positive.
Here is what we can recommend. First of all, we should say that the chosen funds are large cap stock. That is, managing a big capitalization and bringing the profit very slow. If you want to accelerate this process, you would better chose, for example Europacific or Growth Fund (The Growth Fund of America) they are growing faster and giving the more efficient result. By the way, Capital Worth Grown and Income, has not much difference between already chosen variants.