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By isaadmin | March 21st, 2012 12:03 AM EST

The Index Strategy Advisors research team develops objective, thoughtful solutions to the strategic and tactical investment challenges faced by individual investors.  Our goal with research is to challenge ourselves to think beyond yesterday’s assumptions and to seek insights and innovative thinking that break new ground and newly define – or redefine – areas of opportunity for investors.

Please use the form below to submit the investment topics of interest to you.  It’s anonymous, and our way of ensuring that we are dedicating our resources to the subjects that matter the most to you.  In addition to your interests, we will ask for your general demographic information which helps us to focus the context of our work.

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