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I rolled a 401k from a former employer into a "Rollover IRA" with Fidelity. They were the original fund managers of the 401k when it existed as a 401k. I have positions in FCNTX, FGRIX, & FGMAX. These are positions that I already had with Fidelity when it was a 401k plan and I just decided to keep those positions for the sake of convenience. The initial Rollover value was approximately 30k in 1997 and it is now close to 70k in 2000. Now to the "novice investor" (which I am), that appears to be a fairly decent rate of return considering I haven't contributed a dime since rolling it into an IRA. My concern however is that I may not be getting the maximum "bang for my buck". Should I be considering other funds available through Fidelity or just hold on to what I have? I am trying to read as much as I can regarding this matter but at times my investment options and considerations seem overwhelming. Any insight would greatly be appreciated. Thanks! - Jeff
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