If you have money saved in a retirement account – like 401k, 403b, IRA, or Roth IRA – your investment options are likely restricted to things like stocks, bonds, and mutual funds.
But according to ProPublica, wealthy Americans have been using their retirement accounts to invest in Pre-IPO investments to create a tax advantaged fortune!
The most notable example being the founder of PayPal – and now billionaire venture capitalist – Peter Thiel.
According to the same ProPublica article Thiel started a Roth IRA in 1999 with assets that at the time were worth less than $2,000. Those assets are now valued at $5 billion.
How did he do it?
It all has to do with this little-known account that “unlocks” your retirement assets.
For the full details, read our free guide called Pre-IPO Retirement Accounts: How to Invest in Pre-IPO Investments With a Self-Directed IRA
Yours for investing equality,
Jordan Gillissie – CEO