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Why Stocks Aren’t Always Best Held in a Roth IRA

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By Patrick Kuster, AIF

When it comes to deciding which accounts to own which investments, it is a common misconception that the investments of your highest expected return are always purchased within your Roth IRA. In other words, there is a highly accepted rule to avoid less profitable investments within your Roth and to always aim to maximize income tax-free growth. To see also : Infrastructure And The Roth IRA | Falmouth Columns. But this decision should not be one-dimensional, and your asset location strategy should strive to optimally balance the expected return after tax with the expected risk after tax.