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I converted a $7K IRA to a Roth at Janus Funds in May. I have Foolishly? decided I would rather do the F4 strategy in a Roth at Ameritrade. My question is about unconverting. That $7K is only worth $5.5K today. I am considering unconverting and reconverting at a lower value. If this if Foolish, should I unconvert at Janus, transfer that to Ameritrade, and then reconvert? or transfer to Ameritrade then unconvert and recovert there? or are there other issues I should be concerned about.

Thanks for your help,

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