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Best T. Rowe Price Funds for 401(k) Retirement Savers

Courtesy T. Rowe Price

Many actively managed funds saddle investors with high fees and mediocre returns. But if your 401(k) plan includes T. Rowe Price funds, you’re in luck.

Out of the 100 largest funds in 401(k) assets in the country, seven are actively run by Price, according to consulting firm Brightscope. (Another eight are target-date portfolios that include index funds). Price’s active 401(k) funds have, for the most part, outperformed their benchmarks over the past decade. Fees for these funds tend to be reasonable, too, ranking below the comparable-fund averages.

Which ones should you choose? To help you decide, we analyze each fund’s investing style, track record and risks, rating them “buy” or “hold.” (We don’t slap any with a “sell” rating.) Note that the share classes listed here may be different and less costly than those in your 401(k). Returns and data are as of Oct. 31; three- and five-year returns are annualized.

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