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Old 02-02-2010, 03:56 PM   #21
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What would the difference be if I rolled to IRA in Fidelity as to Vanguard? I would be out of GM/Fidelity plan and into entire Fidelity field. Wouldn't I have the wider range of funds in Fidelity? Never dealt with Vanguard. Mainly interested in preserving what I have.
Either Fidelity or Vanguard are fine. Keep in mind that "loading up" on bond funds isn't going to necessarily preserve capital if when the govt starts raising interest rates. I have seen bond funds take a 10-15% loss in a period of rising interest rates, so be careful..........

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Old 02-02-2010, 06:51 PM   #22
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Fidelity Contrafund and PIMCO are some pretty good choices. I am a VG fan but those funds look OK to me. One advantage of an IRA is that you can hold stocks of interest as well as funds. MY Wells Fargo IRA has allowed me to lose more than if I had just held total market index funds but it is in areas of interest like REITs, Berkshire Hathaway, foreign bonds and the like.

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