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Murph wrote: "Aggressive/hi tech already covered in the Blast Off portfolio, and represents 1/3 of your portfolio and your ETF funds list represents 2/3."

Murph, when I stated that 1/3 of portfolio would be Blast Off, I meant to state that it would be 1/3 of the money I have allotted for investment this year versus it actually being 1/3 as a percentage of my portfolio. In other words, 90% of my portfolio is my 401K. Sorry for confusion. Does this change your thinking around "tech already covered in Blast Off portfolio"., because I definitely want to have a solid share of the large-cap tech game, hence, the QQQ fund.

Lastly, in regards to the the funds you listed as possibilities, was the thinking here to get out of QQQ altogether and move all money into new funds - OR - Keep QQQ, but weighted equally or at a smaller percetage of the total new fund number?

In any event, I'm starting to get the picture and appreciate everybody's input.
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