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Small dilema, I dearly appreciate your input.
I have a retirement account with a broker that has been (professionally)managed up to now and I want to begin making my own Foolish decisions with my money as my returns are approx.6% to date. I am prepared to liquidate my current holdings and place them in several different portfolios. Some info:
1)I am 42 years old
2)The account totals $132,000.00
3)It HAS to remain with AG Edwards (not exactly cheap)
4)I am pretty well read (incl.the Foolish Four) and am neither a novice nor an expert
Ideally, I would like to finalize my purchases by Dec.31, so based on your recommendations and the book purchasing and reading required to get me up to speed, I need to get a move on! Any input as to portfolio allocation would be MOST appreciated.
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