I just went through a stack of them and found two model-ish portfolios, one from Jeremy Siegel and the other from Ben Stein.
Ben Stein's portfolio was a little more specific;
40%-60% of your retirement account allocated over three ETF, two of which should be foreign;
- Cohen & Steers Quality Income Realty Fund (RQI)
- Alpine Dynamic Dividend Fund (ADVDX)
- iShares TIPs Fund (TIP)
- Templeton Emerging Markets Income Fund (TEI)
- Pimco Corporate Income Fund (PCN)
- Vanguard Total Bond Market Index Fund (VBMFX)
- 10% in "El Dorado" stocks which represent golden opportunities. He cited ABT, AZN, BP, KO, CL, DEO, NVS, PFE and RD.
- 10% in "well-established" companies that have attractive P/E ratios, make everyday products and have good dividend yields. No names were mentioned.
- 30% in ETFs of the three sectors likely to lead the stock market in the next decade which he feels will be energy, consumer staples and healthcare
- 30% in an index fund like Vanguard Total Stock Market Index fund (VTSMX)
- 20% in iShares S&P Global 100 (IOO) or streetTRACKS Global Titans Index Fund (DGX)