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Subject: 401K Diversification help Date: 8/8/2000 2:14 AM
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I am completely confused as to how we should diversify our 401K in the 15 Fidelity Funds that we are able to, through the company that I work for. I am 40 years old. At present we have our portfolio diversified into Fidelity's various funds making up (90% stocks and 10% bonds), but know that it needs restructuring. I have been researching the site for answers and been reading alot on the index funds. Should we put 100% into an index fund? The index fund that I see offered is the Fidelity US Equity Index Commingled Pool, then there is the Fidelity US Bond Index Portfolio. I was reading about their Equity Income Fund, which tries to achieve a yield that exceeds the composite yield of the S&P 500. ?? Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
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