Index Strategy Advisors (ISA) is adding a 5% allocation in the Market Vectors Israel ETF (ISRA: NYSEArca) to the international component of its investment strategy. We believe that ISRA offers our clients a unique opportunity to invest in a dynamic, … Continue reading
On June 8th 2013, I received a message from a friend on Facebook. She wanted to talk to me about rolling over her 401k from a previous job to an IRA. It’s not unusual for me to receive a message … Continue reading
By Wes Sims | November 30th, 2012 06:11 AM EST | posted in Balanced Strategy Insights, Conservative Strategy Insights, ETF Education, Growth Strategy Insights, ISA Careers
ASK THE QUESTION: WHAT ARE MY REAL FINANCIAL ADVISOR FEES? I’ve been passively or actively involved in the market for roughly 15 years, and most of the time, my investments have been managed by a licensed Financial Advisor. Like many … Continue reading
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