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It appears that you have available in the plan some Vanguard and Fidelity funds. That is great. IMHO I think you should look for broad based index funds with no loads and low expenses. Personally I am not a fan of sector investing instead wanting to own the entire market with something like a total stock market fund. I disagree with skipping bond funds but YMMV.
As far as self help I suggest you visit the Bogleheads site at You will find a lot of Vanguard fans there but also many who invest in Fidelity funds.
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