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Old 12-18-2017, 10:02 PM   #1
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Recent Rollover to IRA

My wife recently rolled over her 403b to a self managed traditional IRA when she changed jobs. With the market up so much I have been afraid to invest any of it. What would you guys do? It is killing me watching the market keep going up and I am on the sidelines with it.

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Old 12-19-2017, 11:00 AM   #2
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My wife recently rolled over her 403b to a self managed traditional IRA when she changed jobs. With the market up so much I have been afraid to invest any of it. What would you guys do? It is killing me watching the market keep going up and I am on the sidelines with it.

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Right there with you.
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My wife recently rolled over her 403b to a self managed traditional IRA when she changed jobs. With the market up so much I have been afraid to invest any of it. What would you guys do? It is killing me watching the market keep going up and I am on the sidelines with it.

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Buy blue chip stocks that pay decent dividends and reinvest them. Put some of the money into balanced mutual funds.
If you try to time the market you will loose almost every time.

Companies are making money right now, I see nothing to make me think there will be a big correction in 2018. Beware of the fads and stuff that has jumped a tremendous amount and is obviously overvalued.

Energy stocks are still a bargain for the most part.

Stuff like Exxon, Chevron, Att, Dow, etc are paying dividends and have been around forever.
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Gold IRA

Have you considered a gold IRA?

https://www.gmrgold.com/ira-investment
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Go to www.mysolo401k.net and ask for Mark Nolan (tell him Victor referred). Use Solo 401K and Fidelity as your bank broker and you can use your fund to not only invest in real estate (rental properties, land, etc...) but also in stocks and bonds and best of all you are tour own trust fund custody. Save $$$ with this service.
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If you are apprehensive about investing it all at once, you could determine how much you were comfortable investing per month and make investments every month until it was all in stocks (or whatever mix you are trying to achieve).

With this method you are protected a little against the market dropping (because not all of your money will be invested when the market is up) and also get to realize some of the gains (because you start investing it now).
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