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Benefits of Using a Self-Controlled IRA In the case of a self-controlled IRA, the IRA holder retains most of this authority. He or she directs the investment instead of a broker. In addition to life insurance, collectibles, and certain „prohibited transaction investments“ described in Section 4975 of the Internal Income Code, a self-direct IRAs can invest in the most common investments, including real estate, private commercial entities, public shares, private stocks, and commercial paper. . . .