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Jason and Charly are bringing you 10 stocks that you can buy and hold for the long term in your IRA to maximize its tax advantages. Every portfolio needs a little energy, but given the ever-changing landscape, investors need to be careful about what companies they buy as long-term holdings. ExxonMobil happens to fit the bill as the perfect long-term energy holding. With its truly global scale and diverse revenue streams, ExxonMobil continues to reward shareholders with its consistent and reliable dividends, coupled with value-creating share buybacks.
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