My current holdings include $35,000, 1/3 of which is in a previous-company sponsored 401(k) and the other 2/3 in my current-company sponsored 401 through Prudential. I would like to start investing in the Foolish 4, either in equal parts or as a 2/2/3/4/5 based on today's "F4" but would like to know how I switch from Prudential to a discount broker to take advantage of lower trading costs yet still preserve the tax-deferred advantage of my 401(k).
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