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Subject:  Self Directed 401-k options Date:  7/25/1998  10:49 PM
Author:  JoeWV Number:  4644 of 88520

My 401-k fund allows for transfers of retirement savings into a discount brokerage account.
This in turn allows for purchases of stocks as opposed to mutual funds. The discount brokerage firm has a good reputation, and I have roughly 30 to 35 years to retirement. My question is what percentage of retirement savings would you invest in stocks versus mutual funds? Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
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