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Since my current employer doesn't have much of a retirement plan, I'm going to rolling over my 403b from my last one into something. I'd also like to continue monthly contributions, even if they're not deductible.

After reading the book and searching the site I'm left with the question of how to do this. Do I make monthly cash deposits then buy securities only once a year? Quarterly? If I buy monthly (or quarterly) do I keep buying the same stocks, or do I buy whatever the current 4 are then review each purchase a year later? Thoughts?
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