Looking for some advice.My employer, in response to results of an associate survey done last year, has decided to allow us to reallocate the company stock in our 401(k)'s (all matching goes into company stock) into the other funds in the plan! Up till now, we had to hold the stock until age 55! Woohoo!Okay, so between DH's 401(k), my 401(k), and my cash balance plan (company puts 5% of my compensation in - I don't contribute) our current breakdown is as follows:Large Cap - 25%International - 24%Small/Mid Cap - 31%Company Stock - 19%Cash - 1% (guess this is what's held in the funds??)Anyway, we've been putting 1/3 of our contributions into each of the large, international, and small/mid and due to performance, this is the current breakdown.So, my question is: I know I want to move some or all of the $$ in the company stock to other funds, but where? I can move 1% to 100% of it - my choice. Future matching will continue to go into company stock, so I'll have to manually reallocate every so often - a PITA, I know.My funds are proprietary funds, but we do now have the Vanguard Total Stock Market Fund and there's a REIT and bond funds (not interested in this yet). Would you Fools move it into the Vanguard fund, divide it between what I already have, maybe diversify some into the REIT?Decisions...decisions...Thanks for any advice.3MMBTW, my company stock is a large cap stock, as well.
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