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Subject:  Re: 403b Investment Strategy Date:  8/18/2006  11:00 AM
Author:  ziggy29 Number:  53225 of 78166

>> Based on information I read on this site several years ago I placed 100% of my 403b contributions in an S&P 500 index. There was an article in the June 14th Wall Street Journal singing the benefits of "fundamental indexation" versus the traditional "capitalization-weighted" indexes. <<

I'm not saying it's a bad idea, but I dismiss the idea of "fundamental indexing" being true indexing. When you use fundamental indexing, you are weighting a stock's representation in the index by assessing its fundamentals and heavily weighting stocks you think are "undervalued".

That's certainly not a bad thing to do