I agree with Curt about your allocation but even better would be an education in how the markets works. As well, you should look at what you need the money for, is it soley for retirement? If so, then I think you can probably
I'm assuming you have not other funds available - emergency cash accounts, other non-tax-advantaged investment accounts, or even a Roth IRA (contributions can be taken out without penalty). If this is the case then there
Your options are limited. If you absolutely have to use the money to live on, have no other sources to use first - you'll have to take money from your 401(k).
If you withdraw directly from the 401(k), they will automatically
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