Jan 19

Okay, I love the tax advantages of a Roth Individual Retirement Account, but I hate being told what I can and can’t invest MY money in. I could put it in a freakin’ triangular hole in the ground, if I felt like it. But anyway, I’m looking for a Roth IRA that will allow me to invest in:
1. Lending to people via Prosper.com
2. The deeds to rental properties that pay for themselves and pay into the account
3. Tax liens and/or tax lien certificates
4. Stocks

I want to invest in _all_ of those things. I DO NOT want to invest in annuities, cds, or mutual funds. Those pathetic investments are dead to me.

Does anyone know where to look for my desired IRA?

2 comments so far...

  • Matthew S Said on January 19th, 2010 at 7:17 pm:

    Generally, Roths all play by the same rules, good luck with that portfolio.

  • muncie birder Said on January 19th, 2010 at 7:55 pm:

    The answer is NO. You can not have total freedom. The Roth IRA must be established with a custodian. This can be a stock broker. You can then buy whatever that stock broker has to sell you.

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