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I had found this site a long time ago and have been deriving good advice from it ever since. Am requesting advisement on investment opportunities for my 401k. Currently, I have many large cap funds and would like to pare them down some. My choices were driven either by investment firm managers I was following, or by lucrative dividends and income potential, or by my affinity for new funds. Some funds I have had for years; others, not very long. Some I maintain a toe hold in; others carry a more significant balance. In short, I need advice on how to consolidate across the board so that my portfolio becomes more focused. (My 401k is a Fidelity Brokerage Account.) All comments, please. Thank you in advance for your help. My current holdings are: AVEDX, BUFDX, CHDEX, DGAGX, EPCNX, FSDIX, GABAX, GABEX, GEVSX, LCEIX, MDFSX, PRBLX, SDVSX, SOPAX, STRAX, TOCQX, YAFFX.
Hi Pudd, As a member of MFO I want to thank you and Duke for hosting the Buy, Sell & Ponder thread. It nodoubt is a main draw to the site. Hopefully, someone will come forward to keep it going. If no member steps forward perhaps one of MFO's staff writers will. If not then it is toast. And, I'm sure readership will decline if it wains. Thanks again for stepping forward. It was indeed appreciated. Skeet
Hi Pud, I have now expanded my comment under your recent thread ... "FIDO said." You might wish to check it for better reading clarity concerning funds that kick off good income through their strategies as they are ... generally ... not capital appreciaton type funds.