Well for one thing...you're doing very well so congrats on that. Well if you have those funds you have a mix of Large Blend, Large Value and a Midcap Blend I think. Missing some small cap so you might want to start there.As for moving your funds to Scottrade that's really up to you. If your funds are in a 401(k) I'm assuming what you mean by liquidating your assets is to move them to another IRA somewhere and not cash out since you'll be hit with penalties.If you leave your Dreyfus funds as is (in your old 401k) you can't add to that investment so rolling them over would be my first recommendation.If you go with Scottrade you could always reinvest in those funds but my recommendation is to go with Vanguard as they have every category you'll need so diversifying is pretty simple.At age 27, if you can manage some risk, I would recommend 100% equity portfolio with a mixture of Large Caps and Small caps both in growth and value funds. Definitely get some International in there with the same preferences.As far as the ETF investing (i.e. QQQ, SPDR, etc.) they're not bad choices either but one of the main advantages to them is you can trade them like stock as you know. Me being a buy and hold guy would say go ahead and go for it but stick to buy and hold strategies. Constant trading leads to fees which will impact performance of your portfolio.
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