Ep 50 – Using Down Markets for Big Gains with Roth Conversions

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The Alternative Investing Advantage Learn how to take control and give yourself the freedom to choose where you invest your money

This week on the Alternative Investing Advantage podcast, host Alex Perny covers Roth conversions in the context of market volatility. Roth conversions can offer both benefits and drawbacks, particularly in the current market climate. It is always important to consider the specific factors and regulations that apply to each individual’s situation.

During this podcast, Alex dives deep into Roth conversions and the main reasons people might consider the popular retirement plan. He also focuses on the potential drawbacks to doing a Roth conversion, especially towards the end of the year. Additionally, Alex covers private LLCs and other useful investing tips and strategies.

Learn more about the benefits of Roth conversions. And if you have questions about Roth IRA conversions or if you want to discover how self-directed retirement plans can help you build retirement wealth get in touch with us today.

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About Our Host Advanta IRA Alex PernyAlex Perny, CISP

Alex Perny is a business development specialist and host of Advanta IRA’s podcast, the Alternative Investment Advantage. He is a self-described policy geek who loves learning the rules and technical aspects of SDIRAs, employer plans, and IRS regulations.

For more than a decade, Alex has helped thousands invest in alternative assets. These include precious metals, real estate, private stock, notes, and countless others. Additionally, he has spoken to investors across the country about using retirement plans to invest outside the stock market. Alex believes so strongly in self-direction that he invests his own IRA and HSA in real estate and private equity.