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This is probably the dumbest question to ever hit the board but here goes. I just retired three days ago and in two weeks I am going to turn over my life savings to a guy who works for an investment group. He is going to invest my money into five Enterprise Mutual Funds and one Janus Fund. I was just looking around this Website and came across this Mutual Fund Cost Calculator. I punched in the funds that I am going to be invested in and the total cost of holding these funds according to the calculator looks ridiculous (high). Now I am wondering if I should go through with this. I honestly don't think that this is something that I can tackle myself like I'm sure that most of you people could. Am I doing the right thing? Thanks a million for your help.
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