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For the next few months it doesn't make a rodent's rear end worth of difference.

Why don't you spend the next few months deciding what plan you want and then allocate your portfoilio accordingly?

By plan I do not mean a pre-set asset allocation model done by Vanguard or anyone else. Become confident at understanding your own requirements and making your own decisions. Sometime over the next 30 years being in either of the funds you mention may very well become a bad idea. If you are doing analysis for yourself and making your own decisions you may do much better than letting someone else do it for you.
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