A Kindergarten Lesson In Using Your Self-Directed IRA

Well, first off, if you haven’t seen this video yet, check it out here:

[WARNING: There are two instances of cursing. If you are easily upset by cursing or a minor, don’t watch this video]

If you already know how ridiculously bad the Federal Reserve is for you and I, that video is probably a source of comedy. Or maybe you’ll say, “Finally something I can share with my friends who actually believe what the TV and newspapers say.”

But if you didn’t already know about the money game that is currently doing its best to destroy the economy of the wealthiest country in the world, then that probably wasn’t funny at all. It was probably eye opening.

Either way, that video is 90% accurate and its message is important.

You see, we learn and forget over and over that the crowd is wrong. Most people in the crowd lost their shirt in the real estate bubble (especially Self-Directed IRA & Solo 401k investors). Many of those exact same people lost their shirt in the tech stock bubble in 2000. Chances are you know at least one person who always ends up in the crowd and gets financially shafted by these kinds of things.

The trick here is to not forget. Remember that the crowds almost always lose in investing.

And what has the crowd done in the past few years?

“My goodness! Things are going crazy! I’m going to seek the safety of cash. Cash is king. I’m pulling all my money out of stocks and putting it money market accounts or even just a savings account.”

Now try remembering.

Okay, that’s the move the crowd made, so cash is what’s going to blow up and crash next, right?



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Reader Interactions


  1. i wouldnt do either. why not just do something to help yourself in this situation??

    Jeff – i got my copy of wealth control in the mail yesterday. thanks again, cant wait to dive into it!

  2. @Mark – I think it’s possible to do both. Give it a shot!

    @Roger – Congrats on getting Wealth Control 😀

    @Phil – Did you watch it? What impact did it have on you?

  3. I watched the video and thought it was cute

    If people can’t get the point watching traditional news, why not try something different??

  4. I am currently a graduate student who returned school after working for several years. During this time, I have converted some of my regular IRA into a Roth IRA, and yes, it certainly does affect my financial aid availability.

  5. Jeff,

    I love your site/blog and mostly your videos and the commitment you have made to yourself and others. I love the idea that I could possibly make LOTS of money with your firm, but I am so lost in everything that you DON’T DO, that I can’t get a grip on what it is that you specifically do. I know you help people with some kind of financial concept having to do with 401(k)’s. I know that what you do is probably better than a self-directed IRA with Entrust, Pensco and all the other self-directed IRA custodians out there… I know by your video’s that I should stay clear of ROBS…BUT TELL ME HOW I CAN MAKE MONEY with your system. I have been on your call to action landing pages for hours. Please ask your power house marketing guru if I am just to blind to see your – HOW I CAN MAKE MONEY message. If it’s me missing the way then, please send me an email and point me to the bottom line of how to get started. Then maybe we can have dinner with the president together one day and celebrate the changes we have made for the American Investor.


    Bill Hall

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