I'm only 36, and I currently have a sizable amount in my company's 401k. I've been with the same company for 13 years now, so I don't have a "former employer 401k". Now that I've gotten myself started in stocks with joining MDP, and contemplating the new SN, I need funds to truly make decent portfolios in them. Are you contributing more to your 401(k) that required to maximize employer matching? If so, consider redirecting that excess to either an IRA (Roth if you qualify) or a regular taxable investment account. That would give you cash to invest as you see fit.PhilRule Your Retirement Home Fool
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