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Your strategy makes sense. It looks like a heaven sent opportunity to take advantage of the 'taxfree for ever' Roth provisions. Generally 'fools' are opposed to using credit cards in investment stategies, but if you feel confident you can pay it off in within the 6-month, low interest period give a whirl! With sound 'foolish' investment strategies you will be a millionaire by the time you retire - lets hope a million d0llars will buy more than a cup of coffee in 2033! Good Luck - Matthew
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