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i am a 36 year old father of three. the oldest is 5 1/2. (i know i am crazy) i have three mutual funds. a company 401 i have just started with and $5000 additional cash to start my portfolio with. i am new to stocks, and would like to put together a fairly aggressive approach. i am willing to do the homework, however i would like some direction on where to take this task. paying for college is a great idea, however putting the whole family in a very good financial position in the next ten years is much more important to me. can you help. i am willing to wash your car, and mow the lawn in return. i am burnt on so called experts, and have found this land of foolishness to be up my alley.
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