Broaden Your Investment Options with a Self-Directed IRA
Your self-directed IRA can own or sell many different nontraditional types of investments, presenting attractive opportunities, depending on your situation and retirement investment goals.
Additional self-directed IRA investments:
- Auto paper
- Commercial paper
- Convertible notes
- Hedge funds
- Foreign stock
- Royalty rights
- Equipment and leases
- Rights and warrants
- American depository receipts
- Personal property
- U.S. Treasury bills
- Farm real estate
Why it’s worth it
There are quite a few reasons why having a self-directed IRA can make sense:
- If you’ve been working for a while, you may have most of your life savings locked up in a retirement account. As a result, if you want to take advantage of an opportunity to make a large investment in something unusual, your IRA will often be your best source of money to make your investment.
- You may see more profit potential in a private investment than stock public companies offer. Using your IRA to make an early investment in a promising business can give you a huge payoff if it proves successful.
- If you want to invest in real estate, it’s hard to find stocks that give you the same type of exposure that owning a particular property gives you.
- The same idea holds true for other investments. The opportunity to invest in a franchise business is much different from owning shares of a company. Investment in shares of a miner won’t have the same returns as owning actual gold and silver bullion coins.
What it boils down to is that if you have a lot of money in an IRA and want to expand your investments beyond ordinary securities, a self-directed IRA can help you do what you want with your money.
Call IRA Innovations at (205) 985-0860 and get started on your self-directed IRA today.
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