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Thanks. That does clear a few things up.

I agree that the rebalancing issue is a problem for the traditional fund in the regular account but that it makes a very nice foundation investment for that account. I can imagine (once I get a little closer to retirement) shifting about half of my "fixed income" allocation into that fund there. The rest might be in the bond fund in the supplemental account or in 10-year treasuries through a taxable Fidelity account. I agree that 6% 10-years might be the top (but what do we know?).

Cheers!
-Ken
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