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I am looking for a company to go with for a traditional IRA rollover. I want the ability to make individual trades as well as choose from a good variety of mutual funds. I looked into Fidelity, but I am concerned that their fees (yearly, and per-trade) would eat too much of my embryonic savings and noticeably retard any growth I might enjoy. I am not a hyper-active trader, and would appreciate the opportunity to research a "socially responsible" fund(s). Any suggestions?

I would suggest you start with a discount brokerage. For help in selecting one, click on the "Choose a Broker" link at the upper left. If it turns out that you want to invest in a fund that can only be bought directly from that fund, you can later do a transfer of the amount you want to that company as custodian for an IRA account holding only that fund.

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Phil Marti
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