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Subject:  Re: Ideas needed on a Funds portfolio Date:  3/21/2001  2:03 PM
Author:  invescape Number:  28556 of 88082

This was sent to my son who's opening a 401k with a new company. Any ideas/suggestions as to what percentage to invest in each
type of fund to make a well rounded portfolio would be very much appreciated.

Large Capital Growth Large Capital Value

Janus Fund JANSX Davis NY Venture Y DNVYX
Janus Mercury JAMRX Vanguard Value Index VIVAX
American Century Growth TWCGX Fidelity Advisors Growth Opp I FAGCX
American Century Ultra TWCUX
American Century Select TWCIX Fixed Income:
PIMCO Total Return Institutional PTTRX
Large Capital Index: Standish,Ayer & Wood Fixed Income SDFIX
Vanguard 500 Index VFINX Vanguard Total Bond Market VBMFX

Mid Capital Growth:
TRowe Price Mid Cap Growth RPMGX Small Capital Growth:
American Century Value TWVLX Royce Total Return RYTRX
Janus Enterprise JAENX Managers Special Equity MGSEX

Money Market: International:
Federated Prime Value PVOXX American Century Int'l Growth TWIEX
Obligation Janus Overseas JAOSX

DST Systems, Inc. Stock DST

Thanks very much for any time spent answering.

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