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So I have a 401K through my employer that's managed by Fidelity, and I was reading through the 401K guide under the retirement tab here on the Fool. When I got to step two: slicing up the pie I immediately became confused, as none of the investment choices seem to match what's in the step.
I have asset classes:
Stock Investments
Blended fund investments
Bond investments
Short term investments

Do any of these correspond to the choices in step 2, or do I need to look elsewhere for help deciding on how to best divide my contribution?
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