Self-Directed IRA

A self-directed individual retirement account (SDIRA) is an individual retirement account in which the investor is in charge of making all the investment decisions. The self-directed IRA provides the investor with greater opportunity for asset diversification outside of the traditional stocks, bonds and mutual funds. Self-directed IRAs can invest in real estate, private market securities and more. All securities and investments are held in an account administered by a custodian or trustee.