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|Subject: Re: IRA vs. HSA?||Date: 1/29/2005 11:39 AM|
|Author: 0xF00L||Number: 44301 of 76901|
Except in extreme cases, many hours of Excel analysis on my part shows the retirement account will always beat the taxable account.
one of those cases which I find is interesting is that I can assume
more risk in my taxable account. One can't trade options in any
401k's I am aware of, and only limited trades in an IRA.
If you are an agressive trader you might do best in a taxable account,
since you can outperform all other asset classes.
However you must be very risk tolerant
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