Is my Self-Directed IRA FDIC Insured?


Cash held in a Self-Directed IRA is FDIC insured, up to $250,000. However, once you invest your funds in an asset, whether it’s real estate, gold, cryptos, or stocks, the FDIC insurance no longer applies.

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