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My 457 has limited stock option choices

I can do the Vanguard Target Date Funds or chose from the following:

How would you allocate your funds?

I am 36, high tolerance for risk, won't be touching this money for the next 25 years, and will be contributing the maximum allowable per year going forward....

Personally, I am leaning to just putting most of the money into the Vanguard Windsor, Vanguard Institutional Index, Vanguard Ext Market Index, and the Dodge and Cox international (20% in each) and keep 20% in cash that will be deployed at the next bear market...

what do you think? Am i on the right track?

U.S. Stock

Vanguard Windsor II Admiral
Vanguard Institutional Index
Fidelity Contrafund®
Calvert Equity Portfolio I
T Rowe Price® Instl Lrg-Cap Gr
Victory Established Value I
Vanguard Extended Market Index
ASTON/Fairpointe Mid Cap I
Prudential Jennison Mid Cap Gr
T Rowe Price® Small-Cap Value
Fidelity Small Cap Discovery*
T Rowe Price® Small-Cap Stock

International/Global Stock

American Funds Cap World G&I
American Funds EuroPacific Gr
Fidelity Diversified Intl*
Vngrd FTSE All-World ex-US Idx
Dodge & Cox International Stk

Vanguard REIT Index Instl
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