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Hi All,

I recently changed jobs and I have little over 100K in my old 401K account. I would like to continue investing with my old 401K money. Hence, I'm planning to convert my 401K into an IRA account and then use the money to buy stocks recommended by "Stock Advisor" service on a monthly basis. I'm thinking I will invest $1000 on the two must buy stocks from David and Tom each month. I'm close to 40s and hence willing to take the risk of stock market investing.

Any other suggestions on how I could invest my old 401K money better? Should I invest a portion of the money in bonds and funds?

Thanks
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