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It depends on what you want to do.

1. Purchase a portfolio of mutual funds, which would indicate a low cost mutual fund company. Such as Vanguard or Fidelity etc.

2. Purchase a portfolio of individual securities such as stocks and bonds the a low fee brokerage would be suggested, there are some mutual fund companies which allow customers to purchase stocks. The Brokerage chosen would need to match the services desired (which affects the commision cost on each trade).

I know this is not very specific but how you want to invest your self directed IRA shapes which options make better sense.

May God Bless
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