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The company I work for uses the Vanguard Group. We have nine choices to pick from. Vanguard Asset Allocation,Vanguard Institutional Index 500, Vanguard Windsor II, Vanguard PRIMECAP, Vanguard International Growth,and Vanguard LifeStrategty Conservative, Moderate,And Growth. We also have a Stable Value Fund. I am currently invested at 8% before taxes in the following ... 5% Stable Value Fund, 40% Institutional Index 500,30% Windsor II, 20% PRIMECAP 5% International Growth. My question is do you consider this to be a good mix of allocation. I can save up to 20% of my eligible compensation and the company will match dollar- for- dollar up to 4% of eligible compensation ? I am 38 years old,have been in this savings plan for 10 years and feel like I'm doing something wrong. I guess there is no time like the present to become a better FOOL. Any answers or advice would be welcomed. THANK pwc19
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