Likewise. I have two at the moment - one from a previous job that was performing ok and costing me less in fees and thus I left alone, and one from my current job. The old one has lost 3% in value this month alone, and I would hazard vast majority of that in the last week. The other doesn't make it as easy to do the same calculation, but it's been absolutely hammered and as it stands at the moment, it's worth less than what I've put into it over the last 10 years.
Edit: ignore the bit in italic above. I forgot that my work pension was moved to a new provider a couple years back, so the "what I've put in" value quoted actually includes all of the growth from the previous plan. So rather than it being less than what went in over the last 10 years, I should have said worth less than what was transferred in and has been added since Jan 2021.
John the club. I was in a defined contribution scheme from 1988, I worked out 20 years later that its value was less than all the contributions and redirected NIC.
The boss’s mate was the supposed IFA, who happened to always invest with ultra high commission Scottish Equitable in their array of all sh@t dog funds.