Why Limit Your IRA’s Earning Potential?

It’s a common misconception that the only investments allowed in a retirement account are stocks, CDs, and mutual funds. Perhaps this is because the retirement industry is dominated by custodians who only offer these types of investments. In fact, it is permissible for your IRA to invest in a variety of alternative assets — you just need a custodian that offers self-directed IRAs.

Choose an alternative investment option that fits your goals:

Real Estate

Real Estate

From single-family homes to mortgage notes, you can build a retirement portfolio with a range of assets you understand and trust.

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Precious Metals

Adding precious metals to your retirement account could help you avoid the risk of unstable markets and inflation.

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Private Placements LLCs

Private Placements LLCs

Amplify the potential for financial growth by making investments in such entities as startups, hedge funds, or land trusts.

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Energy, Oil & Gas

Go green while diversifying your portfolio when you invest in renewable energy sources.

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Secured and Unsecured Notes

Secured and Unsecured Notes

Take advantage of the potential high return on investment private lending can provide.

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Other Alternatives

Other Alternatives

Maximize your IRA’s earning potential with an array of investment options most administrators don’t allow.

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