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Thanks for the tips. Here is one more factor, I called Fidelity yesterday at 4:00 pm and spoke to a twenty-something year old young manabout opening a self directed IRA and then left a voice message for another man who referred me to who he said would be "advising" me for free. Well, I haven't received a call back from my "free advisor" yet and this was $400,000. I was talking about giving to them.
I think I am going to push my Goldman rep on exactly what I will be getting for the 1.35% fee. My Goldman Sachs rep was talking about putting me into some no load mutual funds with what sounded like fantastic returns even considering the 1.35 fee. At least I get a call back from Goldman, I may need more hand holding then Fidelity can give me? I guess that is why it is good to go slowly here.
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