What should an investor do if their previously outperforming fund starts underperforming after the implementation of TRI? Option: "Review the investment portfolio and consider removing consistently underperforming funds", "Ignore the change and hold the investment", "Immediately sell all investments", "Increase investment in the underperforming fund"

What should an investor do if their previously outperforming fund starts underperforming after the implementation of TRI?

What does TRI stand for in the context of mutual fund benchmarking?

What is a recommended practice for managing a retirement portfolio of mutual funds?

How has the introduction of Total Return Index (TRI) impacted the transparency and credibility of mutual funds?

Why is it essential to regularly review your mutual fund portfolio?

Why is the Total Return Index (TRI) considered more valuable than a regular index chart?