Can I put Commodities in an IRA?

Yes, you can place Commodities within your Self-Directed IRA and provide qualified account owners with access to markets and asset classes not traditionally traded, such as: energy markets (crude oil), interest rates (bonds), metals (gold and silver), agriculture (soybeans and corn), equities (E-mini S&P 500), and foreign currency (euro, yen, pound). Trading these products can help diversify a portfolio and give an investor certain advantages.

  • Elois Wetzel says:
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    Good post however I was wondering if you could write a litte more on this topic? I’d be very grateful if you could elaborate a little bit more. Appreciate it!
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