Alternative Investments & Self Directed IRA's Alternative Investments When you invest in real estate or private businesses, their values do not generally fluctuate day to day like investments in the stock or bond market. Alternative investments provide qualified investors with exposure to markets and investment strategies that cannot be accessed through traditional fixed income and equity markets. In addition to attractive risk-adjusted return potential, alternatives allow clients to diversify their portfolios by investment strategy, portfolio manager, industry sector, geography and liquidity needs. Alternatives have the potential to balance a traditional or conventional portfolio of equities because many are not linked to the stock market directly. When you invest in alternative investments, you become part owner of the hard assets associated with the investment. Self directing your IRA into an alternative investments allows for an investor to invest directly into a specific hard asset like rental property, a specific business and even precious metals and receive the income generated from those assets on a tax deferred or tax free basis if done through an IRA or ROTH IRA. Hard Assets Real Estate (Commercial and Residential) Equipment Leasing Mineral Rights Oil and Gas Investments Other Alternative Investments Real Estate Development Funds Land Banking Investments Business Development Companies Non-Publicly Traded Real Estate Investment Trusts Note Programs Private Placements Tax Credit Programs Royalty Interests How A Self-Directed IRA Works Investments for your Self-Directed IRA Real Estate Commercial Residential Tax Lien Certificates Real Estate Notes Private Equity & Businesses Private Stock Private LLC Private LP C-Corporations Precious Metals Gold Silver Platinum Coins Bullion Other Alternatives REITS (Real Estate Investment Trusts) Forex Commodities Hedge Funds Private Debt Learn more about Self Directed IRA's Request a Free Self Directed IRA Consultation Name Email Phone Message Thank you! Oops! Alternative investments can be speculative like the stock market, they are not suitable for all clients and intended for experienced and sophisticated investors who are willing to bear the high economic risks of the investment, lack of liquidity, transfer restrictions, potential tax reporting delays and less regulations. Blosser Harrison Wealth Management is not a commodities broker, futures trader or commodity advisor.