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All the above are good.
Look at Vanguard S&P 500.
You might like to have some money in an international fund, that is invested in a market other than the US, and Janus Worldwide or Janus Overseas would be excellent choices.
Over a long period of time it is very difficult for actively managed funds to beat the indices. One year one manager succeeds, the next he may fall flat on his face and another does well. It is difficult to sustain a superior performance. For that reason, for the U.S. stock market portion of your money, it is difficult to beat Vanguard. The S&P fund and the Growth Index fund are two with the most long term promise. Good luck to you! Chris
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