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Hi, wondering if it is possible to transfer an existing Roth IRA invested in a mutual fund to another mutual fund?

I currently have a Roth IRA invested in a mutual fund with Fidelity

A couple years ago I wanted to change a Fidelity IRA mutual fund account to a IRA stock trading account. I had to open a new account, then transfer to assets from the old to the new. I set up the new account via the Fidelity web, then a 5-minute phone call to their toll-free number to sell the old and do the transfer.

The whole process was quite easy and I do not think there were any fees or transaction costs. Just call their toll-free number and let them talk you through it.
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