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I have 5 funds in my 401(k). The year-to-date returns have been pretty
blah so far-except for the small-cap value fund. It is showing a little over 10% gain for the year.
Is it a good idea to move some money out of the other funds and ride the small-cap horse for awhile, then rebalance later in the year, or whenever the other funds show a pulse?
I know riding one fund is not good for the long term, but how about short term?
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