I had a small 401k account with roughly $5,000 in it that has grown to $20,000 after moving it all into 2 stock purchases

While at my first ‘career’ job I had started my first 401k and was able to save about $5,000. When I left I rolled it over to a traditional IRA account with my bank, but instead of keeping it in a growth type of account, I split the $5k into 2 different stock purchases (amazon and apple) as I was willing to take the risk at the time with that money as I set up a new 401k with my new job. Now it has grown to $20,000 and I’m wondering if it is a smart move to keep the stock where it is or if I should roll it over to a more traditional 401k account?

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