step 1 I would do some retirement calculators on sites like T Rowe Price, Money, Smartmoney and Quicken
step 2 I would determine what asset allocation you want. step 1 might help with this.
step 3, do a morningstar x-ray of all holdings above
step 4- compare steps 2 and 3.
step 5 make changes
If you do homework to determine asset allocation, the other decisions with investing come much easier.
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