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You can use the Morningstar X-Ray tool to look at all of your portfolios combined.

Here is a link.

http://portfolio.morningstar.com/NewPort/Free/InstantXRayDEntry.aspx?dt=0.7055475

I didn’t add it up but your international exposure looked a bit low and does not include any exposure to large areas like Canada, Russia, and South America, you might want to get into a more general international fund.

It looks like you just have something around $1,500 in bond funds which sounds OK to me but you could deceases it if you wanted.

The targeted retirement accounts are very conservative and will slowly add more to the bonds so you might want to eventually get out of that.

Greg
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