You can set up a self-directed Traditional IRA and combine your rollover and traditional IRAs into one. Since Roth IRA is post-tax it would have to stay separate, you will need separate self-directed Roth IRA for those funds.
@Dmitriy Fomichenko Thanks for the reply. I am assuming that once my Roth self directed IRA is set up I cannot use those Roth funds on the same commercial investment as my traditional self directed Ira funds?
It is possible to joint venture multiple IRA plans into a single investment. It, however, becomes more complex and expensive than just using one account. So, what is possible and what makes sense may or may not align in such cases.
@Brian Eastman Ok, thanks for letting me know.
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