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Subject: roth Ira ans foolish4 stocks Date: 9/22/2000 7:02 PM
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I've spent countless hours of poring over the foolish 4 board and have basically decided to start investing bet. Dec and January. however, i still have questions left unanswered which I'm hoping any of you Fools will be able to help me with. So, thank you very much in advance.
1.) following the foolish 4 strategy, should you still sell your stocks the following year EVEN if the prices of the stocks you preivously owned dropped in value from how much you purchased them?
2.)somebody in this board said you can have more than one IRA account..does it mean you can have say, 2 Roth IRA accounts set up as long as you do not exceed the total limit of 2,000 contribution total per year?

thanks and have a great day!
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