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I should have just stated that my current investments
include a group of stocks that represent a risky/aggressive
portion of the portfolio, while the 401K represents the rest.
1/3 of my money this year will go towards the former and 2/3 to the latter. 

Here is a list of the funds available in the 401K. 

DIA	SPDR Dow Jones Ind Ave ETF
DVY	iShares Select Div ETF
IEF	iShare 7-10 Yr Tres Bond ETF
IAU	iShare Gold Trust ETF
IJR	iShare Core S&P Small-Cap ETF
BND	Vanguard Total Bond Market ETF
VEA	Vanguard FTSE Developed Markets ETF
DBC	Invesco DB Commodity Index Tracking Fund
BWX	SPDR Barclays Intl Tresurey Bond ETF
VOO	Vanguard 500 ETF
VUG	Vanguard Growth ETF
VTV	Vanguard Value ETF
DGCXX	Dreyfus Gov Cash Mgmnt Inst
SCHO	Schwab Short-Term US Tres ETF
DSI	iShares MSCI KLD 400 Social ETF
VTIP	Vanguard Short-Term Infl-Prot Secs ETF
EMB	iShares JPMorgan USD Emerging Mkts Bond ETF
IEMG	iShare Core MSCI Emerging Markets ETF
SCHM	Schwa US Mid-Cap ETF
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