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If you are looking to reallocate, I think it would be good to put a percentage of your money in each of the other funds: Wilshire index, international fund, and government bond fund. Here's one way you could break it down:

S&P 500: 50%
Wilshire: 25%
International: 15%
Bond: 10%

Pretty close to my allocation
C Fund (S&P500) 50%
S Fund (small cap) 25%
I Fund (International index) 15%
G Fund (Treasuries) 10%
I do not have anything inthe F Fund (Leaman bond index) I just think bonds are over for a while and inflation will kill them. But I am 2 to 4 years away from retirement and hopefully 5 to 9 years before withdrawals will start. This is a fairly aggressive approach but since I will have a pension I figure that fills in for a bond allocation.
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