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Subject:  401K performance Date:  1/5/1998  8:58 AM
Author:  retirebyage40 Number:  1060 of 88542

I am a new Fool. I like what I see in the Foolish four and other investment strategies which beat the market. Here is the problem: Two thirds of my invested money is in my company's before tax 401K plan in which we can choose from several mutual funds including, amazingly enough, a S&P500 index fund. Now being a new Fool, I would like to be able to do better than the market average! Can some of my money in the 401K be shifted into my IRA? If not should I borrow from the 401K and invest that money in a Foolish way? Any thoughts would be appreciated.
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