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I need some foolish help, please. I am wondering if there is an Index Fund that covers or comes close to covering:Large Cap - Growth, Large Cap - Value, Small Cap - Growth, and Small Cap - Value? I read the post about a favorite index fund article and it made me think, is such a fund already available or do I have to invest in these types of funds individually that I can obtain myself? Your help is greatly appreciated. Have a great 4th. Be safe!
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Any total stock market index fund should cover all of those categories. If in doubt check out Morningstar's web site for their breakdown. Good luck.

-drip
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Thanks. I appreciate the guidance.

-kid
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from everything I have read, Small-Growth is a dead end in terms of investing.

From a new investor's point of view, it would be best to go with a Total Stock Market Index Fund from the likes of Vanguard or even a Total World Index (do not know if that exists)
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Thanks for the advice.
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coolprash,

You wrote, From a new investor's point of view, it would be best to go with a Total Stock Market Index Fund from the likes of Vanguard or even a Total World Index (do not know if that exists)

Try Vanguard Total World Stock ETF (Symbol: VT).

- Joel
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Here are some options if you want to buy into the individual asset class and rebalance periodically.

http://www.fundadvice.com/portfolio.html

-EB
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