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The best allocation strategy is to allocate your money to whatever is cheapest! Asset class allocation is pretty arbitrary; it's usually best to just stick to buying undervalued issues, regardless of whether they're stocks or bonds.

However, corporate bonds typically require at least a $10,000 investment. Seeing as you only add $5k to the account each year, I don't think buying bonds makes since at this point.
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