Hey all. I have been really appreciating all the help/advice I've read so far. I'm looking to invest my current savings into a long-term portfolio. Have a good paying job and plan to invest more from my paycheck (keep buying during a crash, rebalance each quarter, etc). I'm okay with high volatility and losses year-to-year, this isn't money I need to live off of. Given this, I think it makes sense to have a fairly high-risk portfolio, while well diversified. Do you think that 50% VOO (S&P 500), 20% VXUS (international stocks), 20% VB (U.S. small cap), and 10% BND (US bonds) makes sense? All are very low expense ETFs and seem to give a good mix of diversity, with overall high risk/return (and slight tilt to small cap). Would really appreciate any advice! Cheers.