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Fidelity Magellan has been very good for me, but I plan to get out of funds and completely into stocks. It will take another two years before it will be worth it, but once done, would it be more Foolish to cash out at once, or over the course of a year? And if I cash out at once, where is the best place to put the money while waiting to invest in stocks? It seems it would be the Foolish thing to do to invest over the course of the year in case the market goes up or down.
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