Hi Guys, Decided to actually put my money where my mouth is and diversify my managed fund holdings. I've been suggesting for some time that this is the appropriate course of action for me and I've been waiting for a slight pull back in the ASX200 before I executed this switch. Given that has happened recently, I'm going to now sell down 100% of my Navra Blue Chip Australian Share Retail fund and reinvest it as follows: 35% JBW0008AU Goldman Sachs JBWere Resources Fund 35% ETL0089AU Lincoln Retail Australian Share Fund 15% PLA0004AU Platinum Asia Fund 15% HBC0027AU Challenger China Share Fund I've received all of the PDS's from InvestSmart and from Lincoln direct for theirs, and just finished filling out all four application forms. I've written my cover note and called ANZ Margin Services to get their postal address. Tonight I'll confirm my Company as Trustee's ABN and TFN then fill that section in on all four application forms and send the whole big bundle off on Monday. I believe the ASX is now representing fair value again after the resurgence of concerns over the sub-prime issue in the US. BHP back at $40 is always a good sign. It will probably take a few days or weeks to get processed and enacted, so acting now should ensure the market doesn't do something stupid like rebound strongly before I get diversified. Here's the most recent article from Dr Shane Oliver of AMP which concisely paints the forward view on China and Resources that I subscribe to. There's been lots of other articles from different authors with similar views. This is basically a 25 year expansion with India to follow that's only 5 years old. Sure there's likely to be hiccups along the way, but its time to get on the big boat and not rely on that rising tide lifting all ships. http://www.amp.com.au/display/file/...e=China+-+growth+and+shares+-+OI+#39+2007.pdf Cheers, Michael.