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Here's a couple of websites that should prove useful. The first (sorry, I don't know how to tinyurl it) is an article from last year. As a bonus, it lists the Vanguard family funds that match the allocations. One note: since this article was written, I believe Vanguard has added a 'Large Cap Growth Index Fund' that could replace the 500 Index Fund in this portfolio. FWIW, I follow these as both my Roth and 401(k) are in Vanguard:

The second is more generic, but the percentages are listed under "Three Principles of Investing":

Personally, I'm still in the building stage. My bond fund is under-represented - only 5% or so. This is by choice as 1) I'm still fairly young and 2) I feel bonds have bottomed out for the most part and need to come back up some before I think of upping the percentage. Also, my REIT is under-represented as noted in my original post. This is not by choice - thus, my dilemma in rebalancing the portfolio.

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