About Retirement Stock Trading Accounts

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Retirement stock trading accounts, such as IRAs, allow investors to buy stocks, bonds, mutual funds, buildings or any asset available for investment. Learn about the differences between retirement stock trading accounts and other retirement plans with information from a personal financial adviser in this free video on stocks and investments.

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Hi, I'm Roger Groh. We're here today to talk about retirement stock trading accounts. What are they? Well, do you have an IRA, or an Individual Retirement Account? Well that falls under the auspices of retirement stock trading accounts. What are the advantages in owning an IRA, or a retirement stock trading account? Well, within an IRA you can put almost any asset category that you can think of in there. Yes, you can buy stocks, and you can buy bonds, and you can buy mutual funds, and you can buy ETFs, but, you can also buy ships. You can buy buildings, you can buy horses for investment, not for riding. You can put almost any asset category that you can think of within an IRA. That's significantly different from many of the other types of retirement plans, such as 401K. So, I'm Roger Groh, and that's a little bit about retirement stock trading plans, or IRAs.


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