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I was wondering if anyone could he me pick investment options in my 401k. My current options are as follows: Large Cap ABF LG CAP VAL INV DAVIS Antelope VENTURE A FID CAP APPRECIATION * FID CONTRAFUND * FID FIDELITY SPARTAN 500 INDEX Mid-Cap * ARTISAN MID CAP INV PERKINS MID CP VAL T Small Cap FID SMALL CAP STOCK ROYCE LOW Antelope STK SER * WFA SM CAP VAL INV International * FID DIVERSIFIED INTL Blended Investment* FID FREEDOM 2000 FID FREEDOM 2005 FID FREEDOM 2010 FID FREEDOM 2015 * FID FREEDOM 2020 * FID FREEDOM 2025 FID FREEDOM 2030 FID FREEDOM 2035 FID FREEDOM 2040 FID FREEDOM 2045 FID FREEDOM 2050 * FID FREEDOM INCOME Bond Investments Stable Value * FID MGD INC PORT Income * FIDELITY US BD INDEX
...Without knowing your age it's hard to say... but.. if you're " young " ( under 40/35 )...you could easily be diverse with maybe 40% in the highest Freedom Fund...and 30/30 in Contrafund and Diversified International......( I have a feeling that that asterisk might mean those fund are " closed" ..?? hope not.. !! ) ...if you're older ( 45/50 plus.).... a more cautious allottment would be something like 60 % in 2015 or 2020...and 20% in the other two..... ..Contra is just a good fund when times a decent, and something international just stands to reason.. the rest of the world is getting all our jobs and earning better paychecks...result: economic growth.
You've done a great job of telling us which funds you have to choose from, but you haven't told us anything about yourself. My recommendation would be very different for a 20-year old just starting out than for someone who was only 5 years away from retirement. Also, do you have any other investments? What is your risk tolerance? Without knowing anything about you, I would say to look at the Fidelity Freedom funds, and pick the one that is closest to the year you anticipate retiring. So, for example, if you are 25 years old you will turn 65 in the year 2050, so you should invest in the Fidelity Freedom 2050 fund. These are known as "target date" funds, and they are great tools for people with limited knowledge/experience who want to take a "hands-off" approach to investing. They automatically become more conservative as you approach your retirement date. I would also recommend going to your library or book store and picking up one or two books on mutual fund basics. It really isn't all that complicated, but this is VERY important stuff to know. Also, you didn't mention whether or not your employer matches your 401(k) contributions - if so, be sure to contribute AT LEAST enough to get the full company match. That is *literally* free money. Then, every time you get a raise in pay, be sure to increase your contribution PERCENTAGE, until you are making your maximum contribution (currently $16,500/year). I hope that helps. Good luck!
Mutual Funds are a thing of the past. The costs to enter, to exit, and to maintain take so much of the profits. Over $1T have left mutual funds and are not invested in ETF's. Easier to switch ETF's and the costs are so much less. Never buy Mutual funds thru a full service broker.