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Response to hermetic (Original post)

Mon Jul 6, 2020, 01:26 PM

1. My suggestion is that you want save what you have, limit your risk of loss.

Further, I would transfer out of your current high maintenance fee, fairly risky [imo] account, - and easily switch to a low risk mutual fund account, with annual maintenance fees a small fraction of what you are being charged now.

In the current market, I suspect that downside risk is larger, than the upside possibility given the obvious state of the economy now and in the forseeable future.

Treasury bills, are the choice investment for very low risk of capital and lowest annual fees. [You will see minimal or no advertisements for this because profit margins for the seller are low. [to be continued].

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