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#1: Re: American Funds

Posted on 2006-03-08 11:03:56 by John Radgosky

uh oh ... another one caught in the dreaded snare of the "talk show"
expert ....

Fuggetabout talk show experts .. they have NO IDEA about your personal
circumstances and the majority of them do not know the entire market
place and so the best you get is half the truth. And if that's good
enough for you then good luck..

So .. some free ideas for you ...

First of all .. American funds. Outstanding family of funds. A good
choice of fund family, but I don't know how your allocated and that's
another topic.

But as far as fees is concerned, do NOT get caught in this trap of
assuming your costs are excessive .. and ask someone who REALLY knows
your situation .. so .. ask whomever you established your IRA through
to tell you how to go to the free NASD web site where you can run an
analyzer and get the TRUTH about your costs and how they impact your
longer term strategy.

Don't buy the crap you hear on radio or tv.. most of it is full of

John Radgosky

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#2: Re: American Funds

Posted on 2006-03-08 20:02:26 by BreadWithSpam

On 2006-03-08 05:03:56 -0500, &quot;John Radgosky&quot; &lt;<a href="mailto:jradgosky&#64;" target="_blank">jradgosky&#64;</a>&gt; said:

&gt; uh oh ... another one caught in the dreaded snare of the &quot;talk show&quot;
&gt; expert ....

John, please provide some context for your comments. You need
to quote the message to which you are responding. Without
some context, this note simply made no sense at all.

For some help in posting in such a way as to make it easier
for us to have any idea what you are talking about, see this
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Plain Bread alone for e-mail, thanks. The rest gets trashed.
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