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Given the current size of your account, you may face low balance fees at some firms. Also investing that amount in multiple stocks to get any reasonable levels of diversifcation would result if fees eating you alive. So all and all I would say move the money to Vanguard and buy mutual fund. Then continue to add to the account.

Do not ever get those funds in your hands. If you do that and fail to follow the rules exactly (one rule says you can't have the funds for more then X days) two bad things happen. #1 you will get hit with a penality in the range of 10%, #2 you get to pay income taxes on all the funds including the penality.

Gordon
Atlanta
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