DAn, only you can decide. The nice thing about index fund investing is that you don't have to make timing decisions, so it doesn't take much time and you can do pretty well at it over the long term.There is no question you can do better in individual stocks if you are a good stock picker. So you will have to decide based on your experience.Personally, I would keep the S&P 500 as the core investment and then venture into other things as you spot good opportunities. That can work pretty well and gives you added diversification. But only you can decide what is worth the risk.Best of luck to you.
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