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Hi,
I am leaving my company after 20 years with my employer and have built a significant 401k. Because of limited investment opportunities I would like to roll this over into a brokerage IRA account. For security reasons I think that I should split this up among brokerages instead of put my eggs all in one basket. Is this a good idea to split it up? If so, what is the critical mass of each account to be able to effectively trade in an IRA account?
Thanks,
JosnFool
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