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Subject: Re: Am I in the right mix for my 401K Date: 4/12/2011 1:24 PM
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I am 38 and have been investing in this for 4 years. Here is what I invested in:

Blended Fund Investments The Blackrock LifePath Portfolios LIFEPATH 2050 50% (not a mutual fund)

Stock Investments Specialty FID REAL ESTATE 50% (mostly common stock)

I don't have any specific recommendation, but, that seems like a very high allocation to real estate. You indicate that the LifePath is not a mutual fund, but, it sure sounds like one.
http://www2.blackrock.com/US/institutions/investment-strateg...
I assume it contains investments in both stock and bonds, domestic and international, large cap and small cap and it otherwise well diversified. That seems like a reasonable choice in a tax advantaged account.

Bob
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