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If the present custodian of you Roth IRA restricts your
options, as to what you may buy and sell in your
account you should consider opening a new Roth IRA with a conventional broker. Then ask him to send you the forms necessary to transfer the present Roth IRA to
the new Roth IRA. He will then handle the transfer for
you; once the process is completed (may take several weeks) you will be free to buy and sell in the Roth to
your hearts content! The transfer of the Roth's is a
non-taxable event. Have FOOLISH fun in 2000 - - Matthew
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