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The real benefit of a 'stock window' as part of a 401K plan is that it affords employee access to individual stocks rather than funds.

In the 10+ different 401(k) plans I've had over the years, I never had a plan with a 'stock window', so it's useless to analyze how much better I could have done by picking individual stocks in my 401(k) plan.

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