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Had all my 401K transferred to a self directed stock fund with my local regional broker. He has not been muck help.

If you are not going to manage the money on your own, you need a fee based investment manager, not a commissioned based broker. Historically, this would have been places like bank trust departments and outside investment consultants. Merrill Lynch and others are now getting into the act. In fact, this is what "mutual funds" actually do, except the money is not managed for a single individual, but multiple people.

The other thing to look at is return vs. risk. Since you only have 2 years to go until you start using the money, maybe you are in conservative stocks vs. high risk stocks.

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