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I have a fairly simple asset allocation as follows:

  • 50% Large Cap stocks
  • 15% Small Cap Stocks
  • 5% REIT
  • 10% International Stocks
  • 20% Bonds

What is the best web site to track how each one of these asset classes is currently doing? For example, I found

  1. CNNMoney article saying that small caps are overvalued
  2. Bloomberg article saying that large caps are on the verge of growth

I know that every publication has it's own bias and can only be trusted so far. But I would like a quick place to go to for a broad view of each major asset class.

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Have you tried MorningStar's Portfolio? – MoneyCone Mar 1 '11 at 13:27
Just have nothing in liquid cash? Like a savings account? – Victor123 May 3 '11 at 20:34

I'd just use your favorite portfolio manager and choose a representative index for each of your asset classes.

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Thanks for the reply. I think my question was misinterpreted. What I was wondering is what everyone's favorite web site for commentary and opinion on each asset class like the 2 articles I referenced above. Not a tool to track my specific portfolio. – Chirag Patel Mar 2 '11 at 4:22

This site has a good list of model portfolios that you can look at to compare your asset allocation against what they are using. Another link to a article about diversification in WSJ

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