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When you retire can you roll over your money into Vanguard?

you'd be a lot better off.....

...and if you are not going to trade bonds you need to skip them altogether as a long term will only lose money against inflation and further yield hikes.....if yields rise you will lose principle with a long term hold......bonds bad....

as for equities they offer good dividends to replace and I need a good market crash/retreat to get an entry....and early 2014 is just on time....the train should leave the station at any time now for Jan. 2014.....Vanguard's Admiral particular the 0506 value fund has very low fees......very very low fees....and a higher dividend yield than the average low fee value invest in $10k units.....

then hold for good......we wont be out of the bear market for a few years, but the value fund would bounce back a good 50% or more with an increase in dividends
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