There's nothing wrong with buying high if the market continues to go up. If you don't buy high today and the market continues to climb then you actually missed buying low. If you have a financial plan that fits your risk/return
Curt makes a very point in asking how long do you have until retirement, but if you have time then I would do this in addition. I would say that you could slowly "Dollar-Cost Average" back in to the "market" in the other
Alice, You can get the information form your HR Dept at your previous employer. I would also advise that you take a moment to consider taking the money out as cash as you will realize about 60 cents on every Dollar you have
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