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Subject: Re: Doubts about switching to a Full Service Bro Date: 5/31/2012 2:23 PM
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If you went from $75K to $250K why did you change? It appears that what you were doing was working.

You can buy the same funds that the broker recommends from the online brokers as well, to include some no-load versions.

If I were you I would reevaluate why you changed in the first place and decide where you want to go moving forward.

Don't let the commission be the reason you did nothing and missed out on the upside.
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