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|Subject: Re: Beginner wants to invest beyond ROTH IRA. He||Date: 12/28/2012 2:49 AM|
|Author: kahunacfa||Number: 71112 of 73923|
Why do you not 1. Consider starting a Traditional IRA in addition to the Roth, and 2. Consider investing in high-quality dividend paying individual stocks and let the dividends accumulate tax-deferred in the account until you are age sixty-five?
BTW, I ONLY invest in individual company stock no Mutual Funds ever at all, except the Mutual Fund I once managed.
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