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>Your 401k portfolio seems well diversified. I am guessing the >portfolio looks the way it does, is more the result of performance of >Intl Fund, as opposed to a heavy asset allocation in International. >Just curious-what is your current asset allocation model i.e. what >percentage is allocated to each of those funds?

Hohum, here's the snapshot from MorningStar's X-Ray Portfolio system and they break down my "Asset Allocation":


Cash____________ 6.06
U.S. Stocks_____ 48.76
Foreign Stocks__ 44.18
Bonds____________ 0.27
Other____________ 0.73
Not Classified___ 0.00

I also did well in the Fees & Expenses category:

Average Mutual Fund Expense Ratio (%) 0.85

Expense Ratio of Similarly Weighted
Hypothetical Portfolio (%) 1.53

Estimated Mutual Fund Expenses ($) 32.67

Total Sales Charges Paid ($) 0.00

Also in the World Region section:

U.S. & Canada 56.70

Europe 29.31

Japan 7.32

Latin America 1.43

Asia & Australia 4.38

Other 0.85

Not Classified 0.00

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