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Badger writes
Almost always, a 401(k) rollover to a conduit/rollover IRA account travels in cash to your desired destination. Then, at the new location, the money will invariably be deposited into a "core cash account" and from there you make asset purchases when you choose

Mphipps writes
Just to clarify, even though this did not pretain to comment or subject Badger was commenting to,

YOu can transfer stock from 401k to IRA. And it the number trustee will let you,,,ie Discount brokerage, you can transfer mutual funds.
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