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Even after working in the SEC for 2+ years in the early 90's I am in the dark when it comes to investing wisely. I am thirtysomething and have no savings and plan to get married this fall. I left my previous employer in March and had about 10,000 in my 401(k), but am now awaiting a new job and wondering what to do with the 401(k). Should I take it out, roll it over to my new employer (when I get one), buy stocks, mutual funds, invest in a Roth account, get a financial advisor, etc...

I need some guidance to lead me out of the dark...

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