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I have about 96% of my 401K invested in Contrafund. I am 28 years of age, and have been contributing regularly for the last six years. When I changed employers recently, I rolled the 401k into a Rollover-IRA...leaving everything in Contrafund.


Should I split some of the Contrafund holdings into something else or should I just direct NEW contributions to funds other than Contrafund?

I wonder if I am better off leaving that large position in Contrafund alone so as to take advantage of the compounding associated with a larger holding.

Any insights appreciated.
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