Hi Fools,I have shares in 2 semi-overlapping mutual funds and am trying to decide if I should scrap one for the other. They are:VTRIX (Vanguard International Value)FSIIX (Fidelity Spartan International Index)They are held in 2 different 403b accounts (a small one with Vanguard, a large one with Fidelity). My Vanguard account will never be big enough to make VTRIX my sole large cap int'l investment. So,I can either:1) keep investing in both, or2) sell VTRIX and dial up my FSIIX exposure to rebalanceIf I sold VTRIX, I would use the proceeds to increase my exposure to VEIEX (Vanguard Emerging Markets Index) and/or to start investing in VISGX (Vanguard Small Cap Growth) -- I don't currently have any small growth in my portfolio. [I have money sitting around in my Fideluty account which will be used to increase my FSIIX.]VTRIX has done somewhat better than FSIIX over the long haul, which is why I hesitate to scrap it. But, I'd like to streamline my investments as much as possible - since this will save expenses (and headaches) over the long run.All advice appreciated. Thanks!FIgirl
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