There are many investment strategies to choose from. It appears that you already have some kind of asset allocation that you like. It might appear to be some kind of modified "permanent portfolio" with very roughly 1/4th US stocks, 1/4th in foreign stocks, 1/4th in fixed income, and 1/4th in commodities/real estate. Maybe that 27% is in gold bullion. You didn't say.
On one end of the spectrum one might have 100% Treasury inflation-protected securities for their retirement portfolio. You might wish to read works of Dr Zvi Bodie or watch his videos posted on the web.
In the middle might be something like 50% equities and 50% bonds.
Somewhere else might be your portfolio with 38% in commodities and REITs.
You didn't give us much to go on. I personally would not own commodities nor a global REIT. But I'm not you.
You didn't say, but your expenses may be only $40K a year, so it really won't matter what your portfolio is since your family income exceeds that. You didn't say, but maybe your portfolio is worth $8.7 million in value, so it wouldn't matter either.
So how much do you expect to withdraw from your retirement portfolio annually? 1%? 2%? 3%? Do you have enough assets & income to pay for retirement? What does www.firecalc.com
report for you? What about other such calculators like www.retirementoptimizer.com
? What all have you read on the subject?