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I have an existing deferred comp plan that I am allowed to control exclusively. Retirement in about 10
years, company (non-profit) so no cap gains until I cash out at lower, (I imagine) tax rate. 10 % annual contribution investing monthly, my choice.SO, I am taking the plunge of going with an online discount broker in stocks, no bonds. I'm certain there are a many Foolish as foolish suggestions out there with 70k
now in my hands to "smartly" invest. I am a risk taker and want to see the money quadruple in 10 years. All right, let's here the suggestions...
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