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I am going to be putting $2000 into a Roth IRA for 2001 as I did for 2000, and I wanted to get some suggestions as far as index funds for purposes of slightly diversifying my retirement portfolio.

100% of my 401(k) goes into an S&P 500 fund, so I would say about 60% of my current portfolio is S&P 500 index-esque, and as time goes on, a larger % of it will be this S&P 500 fund, since my retirement contributions are almost $6000 a year.

The other 40% is split about 20% in the T. Rowe Price Blue Chip Growth, and 10% each in Vanguard's Mid-Cap Index and Extended Market Index (small-cap).

With this Roth money, I am willing to accept higher than moderate risk. Based on the above, can anyone recommend index funds (preferably Vanguard or T. Rowe Price) that complement what I already have?
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