The combination of stocks and bonds in your retirement account is known as your asset allocation. An example of asset allocation would be 50% stocks and 50% bonds, or 70% stocks and 30% bonds, or any combination thereof. The specific investments that comprise that asset allocation makes up your portfolio.
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