Hi, I'm playing around with the % for funds allocation in my Managed Investment Fund, and had a couple of questions. At the moment, i've got: 1. Property Securities (40%) 2. Global Resources (20%) and 3. High Growth (40%) The percentages are what goes into them every time I put money in, or I get distributions. I've worked out, that from what I've invested, the Funds are down by: 1. Property Securities = -74% 2. Global Resources = -38% 3. High Growth = -31% My question is: 1. Should I changed my allocations, so that more of my Distributions and money I put in myself go to say Property Securities or Global Resourses (as they've done the worst), so that I am technically buying a lot more units, and then when they recover that fund will be very healthy, or, change the percentages into High Growth as that fund hasn't done so bad, and then not worry too much about the other two? What would you guys do? Advantaged/Dis-advantages? Thanks. Paul.