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Which custodian / broker do most of you use to park you IRA?
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Fidelity
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Janus
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Vanguard. "Fees matter" is their credo.
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If I was doing just funds - Vanguard

Since I'm doing stocks too - Fidelity

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If I was doing just funds - Vanguard

Since I'm doing stocks too - Fidelity


Vanguard has a discount brokerage too ($20 per trade by computer, fine for LTBH)
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I've been using T. Rowe Price for over 20 years.
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Suretrade
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I love my Suretrade.
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Schwab (they are an option in my 401k also)
P.S. You might want to check out the Discount Broker board
-Chester :)
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Brown for stocks
Fidelity for mutual funds.

Brown won't let you open an account until you have (or say you have) 5 years experience running your own account. If you say you can manage your own account and start asking newbie questions they will be very rude, and you will deserve it. They are great but you need to start somewhere else.
Chris
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Hey, I have Schwab as 401K option too. I like their servise, but I like the $7.95 of Suretrade.
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IRA:
Janus
Vanguard
USAA
AAL
Franklin

401K:
Scudder
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