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Thanks for everyones help in the past as I believe I now know the ins and outs of the Roth IRA account guidelines and I should be utilizing one for specific types of stocks in my portfolio. Before I let go of this topic, I have one last thing I want to confirm is correct:

If I invest in a stock in a Roth IRA, it grows and I sell the stock for profit and/or it gives dividends in my Roth IRA, then I take those profits and/or dividends and buy other stock in my Roth IRA, doing this over and over, at the end when I meet the retirement age for the account, these reinvestment of profits is still not taxed when I withdraw the funds in retirement correct?


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