nick22 wrote:Thanks. Whether or not it is old news, the impending merger date is upon us (June 2nd) and so this is the time I now must work on reshuffling my portfolio. A bit painful, as now my T-C holdings will be down to S&P index, Int. index and RE fund, and I will need to transfer much of my IRA to Vanguard from D&C and put it in the SCV fund, to maintain my allocation. A pseudo-house of cards that will require 5-6 transactions amongst my holdings to keep my AA the same.
I agree that T-C is fading from good/great to mediocre, and the trajectory is concerning.
In my case, I decided to go for simplicity. I too listened to all this small cap stuff around here and allocated some of my TC account to it. Of course it dropped like a stone, and is right there with all the other funds in three years performance (a great diversifier!). Instead of finding another small cap or going with small blend, I just added it to my Cref Stock. Plenty of old timers like me did just fine with only TIAA Traditional and Cref Stock, and it still isn't a bad way to go.
sscritic wrote:Where did you get your asset allocation? Did Moses bring it down from Mount Sinai along with the ten commandments?
Plenty of old timers like me did just fine with only TIAA Traditional and Cref Stock, and it still isn't a bad way to go.
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