I recently RE, and had about 250K in an index 500 fund (its initials are Vanguard ;) . Between the time I requested rollover (into the same fund in the same Co. -- and still, it took 2+ weeks for execution!), the value had decreased by about 5k.In retrospect and with hindsight, it would have been smarter to have first exchanged the index fund into the available money-market fund, and THEN done the rollover. Of course, if the market had happened to go up instead of down in the interim, I would have "lost" $$ this way!If only I/we could predict the future <vbg> !!Best to alljtr (who continues to wonder if he made the right decision)
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