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Author: FoolishProf One star, 50 posts Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 19371  
Subject: Re: rollover investment Date: 1/15/2000 10:16 AM
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f you're rolling it into a self-directed IRA with a discount broker, why don't you diversify some?
Look at some of the index funds that trade like stocks and their gain which is better than the Janus:
QQQ, SPY, DIA, HHH, BBH


I don't understand why you list HHH and BBH in the same list with QQQ, SPY, and DIA? Those two are Merrill Lynch stock funds, not unit trusts set up to track a well know index such as QQQ, SPY, and DIA are intended to do. In my experience, and expensive experience at that, any Merrill Lynch product is designed to benefit Merrill Lynch and its sales staff, not the investor.

Persevere!
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