Hi folks,Let's say that 10% of my portfolio is allocated to large cap value funds. With this objective, I bought fund X which met this goal. The market crashed and fund X was down 40% at rebalance time. At this rebalance time, I found fund Y which also met the goal of "large cap value", but fund Y was down only 20%. Which of the below scenarios should I (or a professional) do?1_ Sell fund X and buy fund Y, and also take some from the other portions of the portfolio to buy more fund Y to get back to the 10% allocation.2_ Leave fund X as is, and take some from the other portions of the portfolio to buy fund Y, so X+Y constitute the 10% allocation.3_ Take some from the other portions of the portfolio to buy more fund X to get back to the 10% allocationMany thanks.
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