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Subject: Re: 401K portfolio distribution Date: 9/26/2013 11:32 AM
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Can you elaborate on what the choices are in each
of the Fidelity categories or are they the only four funds avaialble for you to choose from?

I don't really understand the question. The four I posted in the OP are the different asset classes assigned to the 25 or so different places I could move my money to.
Currently it's in FID FREEDOM K 2045 (FFKGX) which is a Blended fund investment, but I'm thinking since I'm so far out from retirement (I'm 30) Foolish advice says I should move it to stocks, but are "stock investments" the same as investing in stock?

I don't see target date fund or index fund used anywhere on the page.
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