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Subject:  Retirement Investing Date:  4/7/1997  10:09 AM
Author:  TROPEAMJ Number:  5 of 88027

Is there a convenient way to invest using a discount broker and still be able to do so on a bi-monthly basis so that you can take advantage of dollar cost averaging when purchasing stocks? I currently invest with a full service house and have an IRA portfolio consisting of all mutual funds and want to switch to a Foolish strategy using Accutrade, but don't understand how to continue automatically investing on a bi-monthly basis without getting eaten alive by commissions. This investment is for a retirement self-directed IRA. Any comments would be appreciated. Thank you!
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