Back in June of this year I published a video titled “How to Invest in Marijuna”. In the video I provided an in depth summary of five companies that Perry and I found compelling enough to select for a diversified marijuana investment portfolio. We ended up selecting 4 … Continue reading →
Last month McKinsey and Company released their 112-page report on falling incomes in advanced economies. The report concluded with a number of disturbing macro trends that demonstrate just how much the socio-economic landscape has, and continues, to change. Index Strategy … Continue reading →
Today, we’re taking a look at the phenomenon that is – Pokemon Go and how to invest in Pokemon. Launched on July 6th, 2016, Pokemon Go is a gaming app for your android or IOS device that has now topped Twitter … Continue reading →
QUESTION: IS AN ANNUITY THE BEST INVESTMENT CHOICE FOR MY SITUATION & AGE? If you have ever purchased an annuity, you weren’t necessarily “taken advantage of”, but it’s possible that you were. Rarely have I seen an annuity utilized … Continue reading →
Your Portfolio Has Grown Nicely This Year… Protect Your Profit Now… Everyone I talk with lately wants to boast about how well they have been doing in the stock market. Well, almost everyone. And frankly, most people should be excited … Continue reading →
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 →
HOUSTON, TX (July 15, 2013) James McDonald, the Chief Executive Officer and Chief Investment Officer of Index Strategy Advisors, has added a 5% portfolio allocation into the Market Vectors Israel (ISRA: NYSE Arca) ETF. The ISRA ETF tracks the BlueStar … Continue reading →
The July 2013 edition of The Exchange-Traded Funds Report (ETFR) features James McDonald, Chief Executive Officer and Chief Investment Officer of Index Strategy Advisors, Inc. (ISA), and his firm’s core risk management strategy. Through a Q&A interview format, McDonald explains how he … 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 →
PREPARING YOUR INVESTMENTS FOR UNCERTAINTY Consistently successful investment strategies require thoughtfully developed tactics to achieve investor’s financial goals under different economic scenarios. With only 1 week remaining before we elect the next commander in chief, uncertainty is the most important … Continue reading →
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