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SDIRA

A self-directed IRA (SDIRA) is when the investor is in charge of making all their own investment decisions and are not usually offered by traditional brokerage firms. They provide investors with a greater opportunity for asset diversification outside of the traditional stocks, bonds, and mutual funds. Self-directed IRAs differ from traditional and Roth IRAs, as SDIRAs can invest in real estate, private market securities and more.