Self Directed IRA & 401(k) Investment Options
Welcome to Broad Financial, a leading custodian of enhanced retirement platforms. Broad gives you the tools you need to take a more active role in managing your retirement investments. Our team has developed industry-leading Self Directed IRA & Solo 401(k) products that allow you to invest outside of traditional Wall Street stocks & mutual funds, and yet still remain within the IRS definition of an approved retirement account.
Imagine being able to invest directly in real estate, local businesses, or precious metals, all while enjoying the IRS tax savings associated with a qualified retirement plan. From self-employed individuals to small business owners to those who simply want total investment flexibility, Broad has an investment platform that will fit your unique needs.
Broad Financial's Self Directed IRA or Solo 401(k) puts you in firm control of your retirement.
FROM THE BLOG
Here are some of the latest must-read news items for retirement investors.
1. The Great Market Sell-off
As you already know, the beginning of October saw an absolutely epic sell-off on the stock market. If you were not aware of this, you will be when you see your next statement. (If you need a bottle of bourbon to deal with it, may I suggest Eagle Rare.) If you’re a regular follower of this blog, then you most probably don’t want to hear we told you so. Let’s move on.
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In the chaotic system that is our weather, we sometimes see all the elements come together to produce an extreme event. According to Wikipedia the phrase was popularized by the title of the bestselling book “The Perfect Storm” by Sebastian Junger. In the storm described there, the three contributing factors were warm air from a low-pressure system, cold air by a different high pressure system, and a lot of rain provided courtesy of a hurricane. These factors combined to produce one doozy of a meteorological onslaught... + Read More
Bloomberg reporter Meghan Morris recently brought to light a new asset trend for investment firms. Rather than going after the spectacular success that can come with playing the stock game, many are turning to alternative assets such as real estate and private equity. And they’re doing so for what seems to be a counterintuitive reason: the alternative investments are actually quite conservative.
The realists of Wall Street have often cautioned against falling in love with stock picking. The latest “us v... + Read More