I'm a 27, single and have no mortgage or outstanding debts.
I've been building up a pension with my company and I only just realized I can choose which funds this is invested in. I'm wondering whether I should leave it as it is or imitate the index funds I use for my personal savings. (A Vanguard life-strategy fund 80% stock 20% bonds)
Currently my pension is invested 100% in a Standard Life Mixed Blend Pension Fund which is the default option for my company.
Would the alternate portfolio below be the right way to go about it, imitating the life strategy plan my personal savings use or is there a significant difference I've missed. If I'm inexperienced should I just be leaving this alone and let my company keep the default choice?