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Fauzi wrote,

I have a feeling I know the answer, perhaps I'm just looking for reassurance that it's okay to go whole hog into GTW. Besides, that 6% withholding will only amount to about $1,000 a month.

If 6% withholding is $1,000/month, your salary calculates to be $16,667/month or $200,000/yr. That's quite a second job. It's almost enough to bring me out of retirement. <vbg>

I agree with your decision to avoid the mutual funds. As long as the GTW stake is less than 25% of your net worth, I wouldn't have any problem putting the whole 401k into GTW.

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