(ETF Trends) Bringing greater opportunity to millions of investors who want to maximize the potential of their retirement accounts and in response to demand from its thousands of users, Titan has announced the availability of individual retirement accounts (IRAs).
Titan, a Y Combinator company that launched in 2018, is the first actively managed robo-advisor, seeking returns that outpace the broader stock market and providing timely content that educates and engages investors.
Titan’s flagship portfolio, available immediately to IRA account holders, invests in a diverse portfolio of top-performing hedge fund stock holdings and, for downside protection, the ProShares Short S&P 500 Inverse ETF.
Titan charges customers a flat one percent advisory fee per year with none of the hidden fees or conflicts of interest that are common among robo-advisors and the investment industry.
“We couldn’t be more excited to give everyday investors tax-advantaged access to a Titan portfolio through our new IRA offering,” says Joe Percoco, Titan co-founder and co-CEO.
“Americans have almost $30 trillion of assets in retirement accounts, but most of that money is allocated to instruments that simply match market performance. Titan was founded on the idea that everyday investors should have access to vehicles that have the potential to outperform.”
The company is offering to apply existing referral credits to IRA accounts opened by existing customers before January 1, 2020.
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Key characteristics of UBOT:
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