Hi.I'm new to the motley fool and these boards, but I have a basic question. I'm 25, just out of school,and have a decent job. I contribute to my 401(k)and to a Roth IRA. The question I have, is shouldmy 401(k) funds and the Roth IRA be geared towardmore aggressive, riskier funds or is it ok to beconservative? I know time is on my side, so itprobably wouldn't hurt to get an aggressive fund,but part of me feels that if the stock market hasa ~11% gain in average, there has to be some stocksthat aren't performing to that 11% or greater...thatswhy its an average, right? So right now, my Roth IRAis invested in an S&P 500 index fund, and my 401(k)is spread out over relatively conservative funds.Should I switch some of them or maybe just use oneto be aggressive? Any suggestions?Thanks and Fool on.Larry
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