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All, I have a question along this line as well. I asked earlier, in a different post, but I think it was older and thus no one viewed it anymore. Would it make sense, to roll funds from a life cycle fund (2040) to another which was later (2055), as to keep it as agressive a possible? I initially invested in the 2040 because it was the latest I could open, now after a few years there are later options. This is the bulk of my Roth IRA that I opened a few years ago, probably 80% of my funds. I also invest in their capital appreciation fund (really started for my daughter in my Roth IRA that I want to use as a learning tool when she older, 3 right now) and I recently opened position Africa/Middle East Emerging Market (TRAMX) to provide some international diversification.
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