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My company has a 401k plan. They offer two index funds:
SSgA Russell 2000 Index Fund with an expenses of 0.10%, and a a SSgA S & P 500 Index
with an expenses of 0.05%. Both funds may also hold 2-5% of its value in futures contracts.

My question is: should I invest all in one, or split up
my investment percentages between the two?

Also, my company will match 50% of my contributions up to
6% of my salary. Should 6% be the most I should contribute,
and any additonal amount I want to invest, should I invest it "Foolishly"?
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