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Old 10-12-2018, 06:31 AM   #196
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(not my mom)

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And Antifa/BLM don't get their orders from the Democratic party they are Soros-paid protesters (which is really the same thing).
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Old 10-12-2018, 07:08 AM   #197
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Old 10-12-2018, 07:30 AM   #198
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I wish I knew more about how to do it (buying into precious metals). I have an IRA that I rolled over from a former jobs retirement into that is drawing something like .5%. Just about as fruitful as burying it in the back yard. And I have always thought about precious metals of some form such as gold or silver (or maybe aluminium, full of beer )

I know now would be a bad time with everybody hitting the panic button, but I have been contemplating it for a while.
Maybe a small amount in metals but investing in those is pretty pointless IMO. A basic index fund tracking the S&P 500 will return much better over a few years to multi year span.

If you’re drawing that poor of returns, you need to change what you’re investing in. If you’re close to retirement and have your cash pile that’s fine, but if not that .5% has inflation kicking your ass.
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Old 10-12-2018, 10:43 AM   #199
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Maybe a small amount in metals but investing in those is pretty pointless IMO. A basic index fund tracking the S&P 500 will return much better over a few years to multi year span.

If you’re drawing that poor of returns, you need to change what you’re investing in. If you’re close to retirement and have your cash pile that’s fine, but if not that .5% has inflation kicking your ass.
I'm just 42, so I have a couple days left before retirement. I am at my local bank with that IRA, it's the only retirement vehicle they offer. And I am not very well educated on what or how to invest. Is an index fund kinda like a money market? What would you suggest a retard like me read to educate myself? Also, this is a traditional IRA, not a Roth (if that matters). I would have to have something it will roll into without penalty. And something with very minimal risk, I am not a gambler.

I've done a little googling on the subject, but I don't even really know enough of what I am looking at for that even Can you link me something for the beginner on the subject? It would be very much appreciated
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Old 10-12-2018, 07:38 PM   #201
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And Antifa/BLM don't get their orders from the Democratic party they are protesters.
Apparently they GIVE orders to the democratic party.

I mean antifa has been around for 100 years, but only recently have mainstream democrats started spewing their retarded rhetoric and encouraging their actions.
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Old 10-12-2018, 08:38 PM   #203
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I'm just 42, so I have a couple days left before retirement. I am at my local bank with that IRA, it's the only retirement vehicle they offer. And I am not very well educated on what or how to invest. Is an index fund kinda like a money market? What would you suggest a retard like me read to educate myself? Also, this is a traditional IRA, not a Roth (if that matters). I would have to have something it will roll into without penalty. And something with very minimal risk, I am not a gambler.

I've done a little googling on the subject, but I don't even really know enough of what I am looking at for that even Can you link me something for the beginner on the subject? It would be very much appreciated
You need to call Fidelity and chat with a Rep there.. What you might be able to do depending on your income is roll your traditional IRA over to a Roth. You'll have to pay taxes but you might be able to get to some of the cash before 59 if you need to but double check me on that.

If you want minimal risk I would invite you to look into a Money Market fund and CD's. They have been shit but with rates going up it's coming back to be a decent investment if you aren't wanting to risk any kind of losses.

Stay out of stocks if you want minimal risk. And with rates going up I wouldn't even touch bonds right now. I'd stay ultra safe and ultra short term.

If you want to take on some risk then look into an SP500 fund or a large cap growth and income fund for part of your investment. I mean you're talking 17 years at least before you'll need to money so unless the world crashes, in which case money won't do you any good anyway, you can ride out any downturns.

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Old 10-12-2018, 09:27 PM   #204
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I'm just 42, so I have a couple days left before retirement. I am at my local bank with that IRA, it's the only retirement vehicle they offer. And I am not very well educated on what or how to invest. Is an index fund kinda like a money market? What would you suggest a retard like me read to educate myself? Also, this is a traditional IRA, not a Roth (if that matters). I would have to have something it will roll into without penalty. And something with very minimal risk, I am not a gambler.

I've done a little googling on the subject, but I don't even really know enough of what I am looking at for that even Can you link me something for the beginner on the subject? It would be very much appreciated
Pretty much what Pete's post says, although it sounds like a Target Date fund would be a good choices as well. It automatically adjusts your risk lower as you age and are closer to retirement.

You need to have that IRA at a place that offers more choices. No need to use some local bank that doesn't have shit for choices.

Right now I'd choose a CD over any bond choices if you're looking to be conservative. However, being that conservative is going to severely limit your retirement income. You're quite a ways away from retirement, so stocks should not be thrown to the side, even for a conservative investor.


My own stocks are not through Fidelity but my son's college fund is. Their customer service is great. Definitely call and talk to them and consider rolling over your IRA to them.




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You need to call Fidelity and chat with a Rep there.. What you might be able to do depending on your income is roll your traditional IRA over to a Roth. You'll have to pay taxes but you might be able to get to some of the cash before 59 if you need to but double check me on that.

If you want minimal risk I would invite you to look into a Money Market fund and CD's. They have been shit but with rates going up it's coming back to be a decent investment if you aren't wanting to risk any kind of losses.

Stay out of stocks if you want minimal risk. And with rates going up I wouldn't even touch bonds right now. I'd stay ultra safe and ultra short term.

If you want to take on some risk then look into an SP500 fund or a large cap growth and income fund for part of your investment. I mean you're talking 17 years at least before you'll need to money so unless the world crashes, in which case money won't do you any good anyway, you can ride out any downturns.

Call Fidelity and talk to someone.
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So I am not a financial advisor but I do get to speak to one a few times a year at work for free. He specifically recommended a Roth IRA to me as I have an emergency fund that I want to always be available to me but also wanted it to make some money through investments. How he explained it to me was that a Roth allows your investments to make money and you don't need to pay any tax on what you make off that investment until you pull it out when you hit retirement age. However, you can pull the initial money you put into it out after it has been in the Roth for at least 5 years. So I'm keeping my emergency fund as is and slowly building a Roth. Once the Roth has enough in it that it covers the amount I want in that emergency fund and it's over 5 years, I'll drop the original emergency fund in there too so I can make money through all of it tax free.
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Thanks guys. Thanks for the info. and the different ideas. Reading through these posts made me wonder if I can just simply roll it into my current companies 401k? It's performing up to my standards anyways. But my thinking there is the ole "all eggs in 1 basket" thing.

Either which way, don't want to clutter up a good ole DC thread with good and informative communication. So let me say that Republicans are mean and Democrats give food stamps to people who won't work


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Thanks guys. Thanks for the info. and the different ideas. Reading through these posts made me wonder if I can just simply roll it into my current companies 401k? It's performing up to my standards anyways. But my thinking there is the ole "all eggs in 1 basket" thing.

Either which way, don't want to clutter up a good ole DC thread with good and informative communication. So let me say that Republicans are mean and Democrats give food stamps to people who won't work


.... and I am putting you all on notice that I may PM you when/if I actually do something with it for further information
Max out you Roth first and here is why.

1. You can get to your capital before you are 59 1/2 if you need it
2. You will not pay taxes when you make your withdrawals in retirnement

Depending on your income you should put the max $5,500 in your Roth each year. Talk to an accountant and see how much of your Traditional IRA you can roll into a Roth without moving yourself into the next tax bracket. I am in the process of doing this now and it will take a few years to complete. But essentially I am paying the taxes now instead of when I pull out them money after I retire.


Now, if you are ABSOLUTELY SURE your tax rate will be lower in retirement than it is now then you might not want a Roth. The idea of the Roth is you pay a lower tax today compared to what you would pay when you are in your retirement years. And if the Democrats get control for any extended time you can bet on your taxes going up from where they are now.
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So I am not a financial advisor but I do get to speak to one a few times a year at work for free. He specifically recommended a Roth IRA to me as I have an emergency fund that I want to always be available to me but also wanted it to make some money through investments. How he explained it to me was that a Roth allows your investments to make money and you don't need to pay any tax on what you make off that investment until you pull it out when you hit retirement age. However, you can pull the initial money you put into it out after it has been in the Roth for at least 5 years. So I'm keeping my emergency fund as is and slowly building a Roth. Once the Roth has enough in it that it covers the amount I want in that emergency fund and it's over 5 years, I'll drop the original emergency fund in there too so I can make money through all of it tax free.
Not to worry, CP is your friend. In CP's great walls you have financial scholars and market swamies like OH and Loon"E"guano to guide you. Hell, based on OH's advice, I've cashed-out everything and have it buried in a super secret place. You might want to consider doing the same.

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