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Subject: 401K rollover advice Date: 4/22/2003 7:47 AM
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I want to roll my ~$100,000 401k from previous employer into a self-directed retirement account so that I can pick the funds and stocks I want to invest in for the relatively long haul ahead (I'm 45). My new employer's 401K program has what I believe to be inadequate to poor fund selections so I don't want to go there. While my strategy will be long term with very little movement, I don't want to get hit with high fees and commissions for the few trades I do make each year and won't be wanting to pay for expensive financial or investment advisors either. There are so many companies and products to choose from it's mind boggling. If anybody has suggestions or perhaps good experience in a similar situation with a company they'd recommend I would appreciate the input.
Cheers, PDQ
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