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Well, my inclination would be Portfolio I because it will have lower expenses, is simpler, and diversifies your portfolio just as well.

Having said that, my own portfolio is a mix of index and non-index funds, so maybe some combination would work where you feel that non-index funds really do have a shot of beating their indices.

Also, my comments would be further caveated this way. It depends:

- partly on what the other 55% of your portfolio is invested in
- partly on your time horizon (mine is long, so my allocation is pretty agressive like your options)
- partly on your risk tolerance
-and partly on asset location (taxable or non-taxable?)

So, some further details about your overall picture might help generate some more discussion.


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