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Joe unless someone has magic eyesight I don't see how your question can be answered with only the information you posted. You probably have some information on the IRA options in the new company.

For example does the money get placed in a set of mutual funds? Does the someone (group) at your employer decide to invest the funds in individual stocks? What is the performance of the various options?

Another thought, many (not all, but mabe most) 401K plans involve stock of the employer if that company is publically traded. You might want to consider if you want to put both your job and and retirement funds in a single sector of the economy -- not to speak of a single company within some sector.

You can get past performance data on mutual funds from many site on the web.
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