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Is it possible to move just the part with the individual stocks to another custodian?

Sure, you can have IRAs in bit and pieces all over the place. But remember when making yearly contributions that the limit ($3000 or $3500 if doing catch-up) applies to all those pieces combined. And when you get old enough, you've got to remember to add all those pieces together to calculate your annual minimum required distribution.

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