I would appreciate if someone could suggest a blend of mutual funds. I have been investing in strictly a fund based on the S&P 500. Due to some good fortune I am now able to put substantially more into the market and am worried about not being diversified enough. I am 29 years old and will not touch the money entil I retire (hopefully). Specifically I would like to know what the proper balance would be considering areas like:1. Large, Mid, Small and Micro-caps2. US vs. Foreign investments3. Higher risk (e.g. tech funds) vs. more moderate risk funds4. Growth vs. Value5. Various Indices (e.g. Total Market, SP 500, NASDAQ)Some funds I am considering (in addition to keeping my S&P 500) include:Putnam New OppsVanguard Growth IndexVanguard US GrowthEuroPacific GrowthT Rowe Price Science and TechnologyI know this is a LONG winded question but I think a lot of fools like me could benefit from a little insight.Jason
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