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|Subject: Re: which mutual fund for roth ira?||Date: 1/20/2001 11:59 AM|
|Author: ElSupremo||Number: 27349 of 82741|
Since there is no tax consequence should I still consider a index fund or should I be more risky and invest in a Nasdaq index fund or a different kind of fund all together like Oak Associates fund or T Rowe Price Mid cap growth fund?
Tax consequences are just one of many considerations when picking investments. Take a look at the index funds board FAQ and some of the posts from that board. The secret is knowing why you chose a certain fund. That is perhaps more important than the fund choice itself.
Here is a link to the FAQ:
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