401k allocation - 3/6/13 | TigerDroppings.com
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401k allocation

If cash was not an available option, but bonds, large, mid, small cap, intl, real estate, total stock market, and a stable capital funds were choices, how would you allocate (%) the existing balance if you thought the stock market was going to correct itself soon?

Baton Rouge
Member since Oct 2005
17635 posts

re: 401k allocation

stable capital funds

sounds like cash to me. at the very least "cash-like"
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Washington DC metro
Member since Mar 2008
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re: 401k allocation
Near-cash is almost always an available option. There will be a fund called something like "short term bonds", "money market", or something like that. Basically anything that is a very short-term bond fund qualifies.

I never use them though since I am unable to tell what "the" stock market will do. I can't even tell what non-US stock markets will do. So I just buy 'em all.

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