Rita, I probably cannot tell you specifically what to invest in, based on a few short paragraphs about you.
I recommend you seek out a good financial advisor in your area. Find someone who is not trying to sell you the moon
Congratuations on your retirement. To preserve your $60,000, and if this is the only money you have to work with, consider an immediate annuity where your beneficiaries receive whatever you have not received from
All good answers above. Remember, every dollar you place somewhere has a cost associated with it, nothing is free. You used the word "sell," everything is for sale, the real question is what is it you want to buy
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