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October 04, 2005


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I never understood how proponents of total US market indexing (ie let the market, not a human, decide how much to weight each individual stock) could also dramatically, manually underweight (ie let a human, not the market, decide) international market indices. IIRC, to have a true "world index," you would have to hold 50% US total index fund/50% total international index fund

Don't care for Total Stock Market, which is 70% large cap anyway. So basically I have 1/2 Primecap Core (as mentioned in article) and 1/2 Windsor II for my large cap coverage. One is blend, the other value. Also have separate mid and small.

So, any fresh advice? Should have bought gold in 2006?

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