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Author: jmsierra Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 25265  
Subject: 401K Lost in the choices Date: 1/5/2000 11:22 AM
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I have to choose between 8 options for my 401K. I have never had one, so this is all new to me. Can someone please give me some tips. From reading articles in this site, I have decided that I want to go into an equity index fund. These are the 8 options I'm given:

1. Fidelity Managed Income Portfolio
2. Fidelity Ginnie Mae Fund
3. Fidelity Equity-Income II Fund
4. Fidelity Fund
5. Spartan US Equity Index Fund
6. Fidelity Dividend Growth Fund
7. Aggressive Growth Fund
8. Fidelity Diversified International Fund

OK, here is my profile: I'm 24, earning about $33,000 a year (with bonuses). I have less that $1000 in debts and live at home with my parents. I think, according to what I'v read, that I can take a risk and invest for higher returns. Anyone who can give me tips, email me atL

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