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In the gardners' new book, they talk about asset allocation near the end and state that 20% should go to large cap and 20% to small caps. perhaps i am being too technical, but how much do i allocate to mid-caps? i understand that the underlying principal is risk allocation but i don't know how mid-caps factor into the risk equation? for that matter i don't know if there is any risk difference b/w large, small and mid-caps?

anyone care to comment?

thx
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When one runs correlation studies, all the U.S. equity asset classes are highly correlated with each other. Even developed international ETFs are highly correlated with U.S. equities.

I'm open to further discussion on asset allocation as I think it is essential to successful investing.

ITAWealth

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