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|Subject: Re: need help with asset allocation||Date: 1/20/2005 8:31 PM|
|Author: bogwan||Number: 44124 of 76912|
If the fed keeps raising interest rates a money market fund might be the place to be. You might consider puting 20% into a euro (or other currency) cd from www.everbank.com just incase the US$ takes a fall.
Simple mutual fund possibilities
1) 100% pimco total return
2) 50% vanguard lehman Index, 50% vanguard total market index
3) 100% vanguard star asset allocation fund
FWIW I own the following etfs GIM TEI CMK FAX FCO LDF BZF ISL CEE
Both bobbrinker.com and fundx.com give mutual fund advice which have been good in the past.
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