A lot has been written on allocation/balanced portfolios/funds. They have been declared dead and/or born again. This year has been especially difficult as both stocks and bonds have suffered (some bonds have suffered more than some stocks). If you have held them, options include tax-swaps in taxable accounts (for recent purchases) and/or adding to them little bit knowing that the worst may not be over. A recent development is the multi-asset funds that add some alternatives into the mix, so they become stock-bond-alternatives funds (example FMSDX, etc); the stocks are more aggressive, bonds have more HYs and/or EMs, and alternatives may include commodities and/or hedge-fund like strategies.
has done a deep dive into the history of typical 60-40 portfolios and has some future ideas on them in MFO 5/1/22. There are several interesting tables but they are not images that can be linked here with the Image-tool, so you will have to check them out in the link blow.https://www.mutualfundobserver.com/2022/05/to-win-today-embrace-powerlessness-and-dive-deep-into-the-portfolio/
Good compilation again, @David_Snowball