Webinar – Aged to Perfection—Investing in Bourbon in Your Self-Directed IRA

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Aged to Perfection—Investing in Bourbon in Your Self-Directed IRA

Join us for the unique opportunity to learn how to take your self-directed IRA from barrel to bank by investing in bourbon.

Morgan Salsman, owner of LQD Assets, shares her wealth of experience in buying, aging, and selling bourbon barrels. She provides valuable insights into the fundamentals of investing in this space.

Morgan covers:

  • The crafting process
  • Possible risks
  • Market trends
  • Prospects as the bourbon business ages

Reneika Lightbourne of Advanta IRA explains how an SDIRA can passively invest in a bourbon distillery fund to build retirement income.

Register today.

Webinar Details

Thursday, May 23, 2024
12-1 pm ET (9-10 am PT)

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The link to join this event will be sent from Advanta IRA [email protected]. If you do not receive this email, please check your spam filter or call Advanta IRA for the link 800.425.0653.

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About the Presenter

Morgan Salsman
headshot of Morgan Salsman

Morgan Salsman is a dynamic entrepreneur with a background in civil engineering, a strong interest in real estate development, and a unique connection to the bourbon realm. Originally from Bardstown, KY, known as the bourbon capital of the world, Morgan has fostered her entrepreneurial interests through a series of small businesses in the bourbon world.

Currently, Morgan is the proud founder, owner, and operator of LQD Assets. Specializing in the buying, aging, and selling of bourbon barrels, the company also plays a pivotal role in liquid sourcing and storage and provides valuable brand consulting services. With a unique combination of technical acumen and a deep connection to the bourbon heritage of Bardstown, Morgan is carving a niche in the business landscape, contributing significantly to the dynamic bourbon market.

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Date:
May 23
Time:
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm EDT
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FREE
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Advanta IRA
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Aged to Perfection—Investing in Bourbon in Your Self-Directed IRA

Join us for the unique opportunity to learn how to take your self-directed IRA from barrel to bank by investing in bourbon.

Morgan Salsman, owner of LQD Assets, shares her wealth of experience in buying, aging, and selling bourbon barrels. She provides valuable insights into the fundamentals of investing in this space.

Morgan covers:

  • The crafting process
  • Possible risks
  • Market trends
  • Prospects as the bourbon business ages

Reneika Lightbourne of Advanta IRA explains how an SDIRA can passively invest in a bourbon distillery fund to build retirement income.

Register today.

Webinar Details

Thursday, May 23, 2024
12-1 pm ET (9-10 am PT)

Login Information

The link to join this event will be sent from Advanta IRA [email protected]. If you do not receive this email, please check your spam filter or call Advanta IRA for the link 800.425.0653.

REGISTER TODAY

About the Presenter

Morgan Salsman
headshot of Morgan Salsman

Morgan Salsman is a dynamic entrepreneur with a background in civil engineering, a strong interest in real estate development, and a unique connection to the bourbon realm. Originally from Bardstown, KY, known as the bourbon capital of the world, Morgan has fostered her entrepreneurial interests through a series of small businesses in the bourbon world.

Currently, Morgan is the proud founder, owner, and operator of LQD Assets. Specializing in the buying, aging, and selling of bourbon barrels, the company also plays a pivotal role in liquid sourcing and storage and provides valuable brand consulting services. With a unique combination of technical acumen and a deep connection to the bourbon heritage of Bardstown, Morgan is carving a niche in the business landscape, contributing significantly to the dynamic bourbon market.