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Bravo for contributing 15% (the max?) and being in (it looks like) stocks. According to Rick Edeman's (?) book, the major mistake most people make in 401K's is being too conservative (cash, bonds) and not enough stocks. That said, I assume you have many years to retirement, and would give the standard Foolish advice to keep it mostly in index funds or a variant thereof. My 401K is more or less evenly split between an index fund (S&P 500), small cap/growth, and an international fund.
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