Kansas City, Missouri (PRWEB) May 30, 2012
The ETF Store, Inc., nationally recognized as the first investment advisor to offer only Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs), is expanding their weekly radio program. “The ETF Store Show”, the first radio program dedicated to investing in ETFs, is moving to an hour-long format and will now air Tuesdays at 9am on ESPN 1510 AM. Hosted by The ETF Store’s Nathan Geraci and featuring a variety of ETF industry experts, “The ETF Store Show” helps investors better understand the benefits of investing in Exchange Traded Funds and provides actionable ETF investment ideas.
“The ETF Store Show” launched in August of 2011 and has quickly developed a loyal following among ETF investors. Geraci commented, “With the tremendous reception we received from our half-hour program and the growing investor demand for quality information on Exchange Traded Funds, the partnership with ESPN 1510 makes sense. We’re excited at the opportunity to provide more information to investors in this rapidly growing area of investing and we hope to continue bringing more awareness to investors on how ETFs can help them lower their investment costs, reduce their taxes, and increase the diversification of their portfolios”.
ETFs now have well over $1 trillion in assets and have been called the next generation mutual fund. Compared to actively managed mutual funds, ETFs are typically less expensive, more tax efficient, and offer greater flexibility and transparency to investors. ETFs also allow individuals to invest in asset classes that were previously unavailable or difficult to access for retail investors.
About The ETF Store
The ETF Store is a Kansas City based fee-only independent investment advisor that uses Exchange Traded Funds to provide disciplined, risk focused investment solutions. By primarily investing in Exchange Traded Funds, the solutions are able to take advantage of the cost savings and liquidity of ETFs to efficiently invest in a wide number of asset classes and financial markets. For more information, visit http://www.etfstore.com.