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Gordon, I think I have decided not to sell the bonds at all, but just to let them mature naturally and to buy stock with the bond proceeds as they come in. My only question to you would be, do you think I should do this through a Fidelity Self Directed IRA account where I was quoted a fee of less than 1%, or stay with Goldman Sachs at a fee of 1.35%. Remember, I won't be selling any of the bonds, just collecting interest, bond re-payments, and then buying stocks or mutual funds. Do you think Fidelity would be an effective vehicle for this purpose?
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