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Subject: Not a clue Date: 3/2/2009 11:29 AM
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After allowing a broker to lose 55% of my savings, I now have 105K left and have moved it into Cash trading accounts. One part is a Roth.

Anyway, I signed up for rhe RYR service. Although there are tons of links and a lot to read about, including some info on asset class allocations, at the end of the day, I still have no clue about which stocks to buy.

Although, I am 15 years from retirement, I am also pysically challenged, and any money I have left over is for beneficiaries. I do not expect to live to see retirement. Therefore, I still intend to be somewhat aggressive, but hopefully at the right time and in the right stocks.

Can anyone point me in the right direction for actual stock picking, and if I also enroll in the Stock Advisor and Rule Breaker services, will that help?

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