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Subject:  Foolish Four in an IRA Date:  12/5/1998  7:11 PM
Author:  ncg2 Number:  7046 of 104871

I currently have an IRA account with Vanguard that I contribute $2000 to every year. I can download an IRA application from Vanguard (or Fidelity, etc.) My question is how do I start an IRA that has only stocks in it and not mutual funds? Thanks in advance for any help.
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