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My situation.

I am 31 years old.
Making $51,000
Began contributing this past Feb.
Contributing 15% of that (about $147/week) to a Transamerica S&P Index Fund (TEIF).
Presently have about $6800 in fund.

Should I diversify?
Some of my other options through Transamerica are:

*MINE* Transamerica Equity Index Fund (TEIF)

Transamerica Balanced Fund (TBAL)
Transamerica Bond Fund (TBF)
Transamerica Cash Management Fund (TCMF)
TA Janus Fund (JANUS)
TA Templeton Foreign Fund (TFORN)
TA Franklin Small Cap Growth Fund (FSCG)
TA INVESCO Technology Fund (ITECH)
Transamerica Equity Fund (TEF)

Thanks for your insight.
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