Originally Posted by photoguy
I have a few active funds but most of my holdings are indexes. Active doesn't bother me as long as they capture the appropriate segments/factors and are cheap.
We're mostly in 401k/403b, so more than 80% active, but low fees, lower the better.
8% is in an E-trade Rollover that I invest 60% in stocks--fairly effectively over the last 5 years, particularly considering that the cash % was pretty large (>30%) until the last 12 months. Screwing that up won't kill the overall portfolio. NOK, SDL, AFLAC, TOT, and Mr. Softy have helped the last two years, doubt I can keep that up.