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Does anyone know of brokers that will allow you to trade options in an IRA. I max out my 401K each year and am fairly diversified in the funds I choose with that plan. Therefore I would like to take more risks with my Roth. I'm particularly interested in trading LEAPS. I'm 31 so I have a fairly long time horizon till retirement. As best as I can tell there is no law against doing this, just company policies.

Any info would be appreciated. If you know any brokers allow this practice can you e-mail me at as I don't check these boards as often as I would like.

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