I notice Scribini's reference to his 401K money as "somebody else's money" -- due to the restrictions of the plan about the way the money can be invested. I would like to move (i.e., rollover) a chunk of my 401K tax sheltered money into a 401K that allows investment in individual stocks that I choose myself. I know an Ameriprise investment advisor who will do that for me, but he wanted to negotiate a fee for doing so (which I can understand), but before going that route, I was wondering if there are other more "do-it-yourself" 401K plans that I should check out that allow me to invest in individual stocks inside a tax-sheltered 401K account. Jimbo1969
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