529 savings plans have been the first choice for many investors seeking higher education financing. However, when time horizons are long, conservative investments under perform the market, which means less money available when the college tuition bill comes due. Super … Continue reading →
Last night the U.K. declared its intention to end its 40-Year relationship with the European Union. The overwhelming majority of Economic, Political and Stock market experts predicted the U.K would vote to stay. They were all wrong. Consequently stock markets … Continue reading →
On Thursday, June 23, Britain will vote on whether or not to leave the European Union. If they vote to leave, some experts have called for a potential U.S. market correction of 10% or more. James McDonald, CIO of Index … Continue reading →
MIAMI, FL (July 14, 2014) Houston, Texas based Index Strategy Advisors (ISA), a Registered Investment Advisor, has made an addition to its sales team, naming Gregory Cartright as Investment Advisor Representative in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. Gregory Cartright, a former mortgage … Continue reading →
ETFs are not only ideal for the average investor looking for tax efficiency, better diversification, lower cost and more choices than mutual funds, when creating their long-term portfolio of investments. ETFs also offer benefits that fit the need of more advanced … Continue reading →
On January 28, 2014, James McDonald, the Chief Executive Officer and Chief Investment Officer of Index Strategy Advisors, Inc. served as an expert panelist as part of a conference session addressing China: The Outlook & How to invest in it … Continue reading →
At ISA, we are passionate about helping our clients reach their financial goals. We use world class research tools to make investment decisions. Our investment vehicles of choice? ETFs. This article is the first of a series which will describe … Continue reading →
San Francisco and Houston (PRWEB) November 21, 2013 IndexUniverse LLC and Index Strategy Advisors (ISA) today announced the launch of a partnership to build and deliver high-quality ETF portfolios to clients. Under the terms of the agreement, ISA will leverage … Continue reading →
Take control of your investment account and invest in yourself not the investment company. Lower your investing fees and maximize your income using Index funds and ETFs. Continue reading →
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