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It seems unfoolish to have to open two accounts, since I will probably be managing the accounts in the same fashion, it just duplicates everything, including
transaction costs.>>

You can always manage the two accounts as a single portfolio. For example, if you were following a foolish four strategy, you could put two of the stocks in one account and the other two in the other. Thus you would still have the same transaction costs.

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