I have 2 401ks (previous and current employer), and 2 ROTHs (mine, my wife's). My approach has been: its all for retirement, so the total should be diversified. Any one account is not diversified, but the sum of all of them is.If you try to diversify all of your accounts individually, you will have higher trading costs when you rebalance.I would suggest grouping accounts by investment horizon, and trying to have good diversification for similar accounts. So the total of all your retirement accounts would be diversified as one. And shorter term investments (college savings plan, etc), if any, would be diversified separately.just my $.02-Joe
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