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    Default Re: ETF or Fund Equivalent to S Fund?

    Quote Originally Posted by RealMoneyIssues View Post
    So, I found out from USAA that they don't allow "in and out" trades. If I sell a fund, I cannot buy it again within 30 days or that is considered trading for short term gain (and thats a problem?).

    Anyway, it looks like I need to find somewhere else to put my play money and a fund family that can give me S Fund equivalent long and short term (1x, 2x, 3x) funds. I have seen many posts with the information but was wondering if those that know could provide me their recommendations for an investment account and fund families...

    Thanks everyone !!
    If you don't withdraw all the funds, could you go back into the fund in less than 30 days?

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    Default Re: ETF or Fund Equivalent to S Fund?

    Quote Originally Posted by EmoDx View Post
    If you don't withdraw all the funds, could you go back into the fund in less than 30 days?
    I have asked USAA a similar question and as soon as I get an answer I will ask this if they don't answer it fully.

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