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Subject: what do I do? confused Date: 2/19/2012 3:07 PM
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Had a 403 at work from 2005 to 2009. They offered fidelity mutual funds. when i left the job i moved it to fidelity.
I have them invested in FDIVX(17%fidelity investment grade), FBNDX(8%diversified international), FSLCX(25%small cap), FUSEX(50% spartan large cap).

Since moving the account I have not touched them. In my current job i have 403b and did not contribute to this account.

My question is do i leave them as is? I have another 15 yrs to retirement.
should I sell the FDIVX and reinvest when interest rates go up?

Should I sell the FBNDX and invest in what? has gone up the least.

Thanks to all of you smart people who help the clueless like me
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