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Greetings, Dave Jordan, and welcome to Fooldom.

<<I have a 401K from a previous employer invested with Fidelty. Can I roll this over into a plan that will allow me to invest in stocks ( i.e. Foolish Four) and if so please feel free to make suggestions on reliable custodians for the funds.>>

Absolutely. It's called a self-directed IRA, and all brokers can tell you how to set this up. Just call the one of your choice and have at it. You'll probably want to do this with a discount broker to do so to minimize rading costs, thus increasing your returns. There are plenty of them out there. Shop around until you find one you're comfortable with.

Regards…….Pixy
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