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Okay everyone,
Need foolish feedback:
I'm considering becoming self-employed, and I'm trying to weigh out my strategy with monies that now reside in a 401K. The amount isn't that much, quite frankly hasn't done that entirely well, and the list of investments are limited anyway. But, when I go on my own, what should I do with that money?
· Should I keep it in the existing account?
· Roll it into another account?
If so, what type of account?
· Should I buy stock? Mutual Funds? …
My goal? Simply to either to make a good parallel jump, or go into something that will improve over my current return over time.

Thank you in advance.
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