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I have a Mutual Fund IRA valued at 35k. After reading the Motley Fool Invest Guide I would like to take the Foolish Four approach.

1) Can I roll my Berger Fund into stocks and still maintain the investment as an IRA ? How?

2) With the drop in the Dow is this a good time to go Foolish Four. I have no other retirement accts and want to get the most out of the 15 years of compounding I have left before retiring at 62.

As a new Fool trying to make up for lost time any help is greatly appreciated.

Nick

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