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Old 01-28-2015, 06:09 PM   #21
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Thanks for all of the great tips!
I left Fidelity in Nov and went with LPL Financial. So far, nothing they have suggested has made any sense. I think it is time I head back to Fidelity, and look into Van Guard some more.
Google "LPL Financial complaints". You will run away, but they really need your money.
I wouldn't rely on email with them either!:confused:


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Old 01-28-2015, 10:16 PM   #22
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Thanks for all of the great tips!
I left Fidelity in Nov and went with LPL Financial. So far, nothing they have suggested has made any sense. I think it is time I head back to Fidelity, and look into Vanguard some more.
Yep, time to exit. Either company (Fidelity or Vanguard) can take care of getting your assets transferred out.
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What was the reasoning for him recommending this? Is it because you are seeking income, is it as a conservative alternative to the stock market-what was the reasoning?
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