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I started investing earlier this year into individual stocks and later a mutual fund. I just opened an Roth IRA account that will be invested into a Fidelity mutual fund (Fidelity Adv Equity Growth A). Also, I'm currently investing 6% into my company's 401k plan, besides a bank savings account.

I max the IRA with $166, direct deposit $100 into the mutual fund (Alliance Primere Growth Class B) and now only contribute to the individual stocks (Oracle, AOL and Cisco) when I have extra money.

I turned 30 last month and hope to retire at 55. Does this investment path make this feasible? HELP!
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