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Subject: Re: $100,000 To Invest Date: 5/31/2007 5:49 PM
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19% Large Value
12% Large Growth
13% Mid Value
9% Mid Growth
9% Small Value
6% Small Growth
15% International
15% Emerging Markets

Returns over all 5 year periods between Jan 1988 and Mar 2007:
Avg. Annualized Return: 11.2%
Best Return: 19.3%
Worst Return: -2.9%

Adjusting this portfolio for what I would do specifically today with how I think things will play out in the future and what is valued where, I would go with something like this:
15% Lg. Value
15% Lg. Growth
10% Mid Value
10% Mid Growth
10% Small Value
10% Small Growth
20% International
10% Emerging Markets

These are of course using indices, not individual stocks.

-Will
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