Assuming you leave the proceeds in your IRA, there is no tax. You can churn your stocks as fast as you want to, and there are no tax consequences.With a traditional IRA, you pay taxes on your gains when you make withdrawals. With a Roth IRA, you pay no taxes at all. See the FAQ for details on withdrawal rules.
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