What are some investing strategies to take into account when working with a tax advantaged account such as a 401k/IRA versus a normal non tax advantaged account?
I know a big strategy is to buy and hold investments for a long time when dealing with normal accounts to limit selling and paying taxes. But in a Roth for example there shouldn't be any tax reason limiting you from selling and moving investments around if needed. This would give more flexibility and makes re-balancing much easier to deal with.
Are there any other important factors to consider when choosing allocations between the two?