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Thanks for your responses. I should have clarified a little bit, I just retired in June. I was able to contribute to a Roth and traditional in the 403b form through my employer the only caveat being we were restricted to Fidelity funds. In reality,this didn't work out bad for me but I also wanted the opportunity to invest in individual companies. I just rolled out of the 403b and became a Fool in SA so I was curious if there were any stocks that were more beneficial for Roth vs Traditional. I won't have to take disbursements on the IRA for another five years. Thanks again and glad I'm here.
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