Managed portfolio service is provided through our sister firm, Horizon Investment Services.
Formed in 1997, Horizon Investment Services LLC, is a registered investment adviser with the Securities and Exchange Commission. Our offices are in Hammond, Indiana and Chicago, Illinois.
Horizon Investment Services started as a natural outgrowth of Horizon Publishing Company’s newsletter business, as subscribers sought more personalized investment advisory services. Many clients of Horizon Investment Services are DRIP Investor subscribers who decided to take the next step.
Horizon Investment Services was established with the same high standards that have become the hallmark of the 65-year history of Horizon Publishing Company.
We pride ourselves on our independence, integrity, investment performance and care for the welfare of our clients. We believe our approach has rewarded many of our clients with competitive risk-adjusted returns, although we note that past performance is no guarantee of future results.
Perhaps you’re too busy to deal with your own investments. Or, you’re overwhelmed and worried about making the right investment decisions. Having a trusted investment adviser guide your portfolio in today’s volatile investment environment can be the edge we believe you need to achieve long-term financial success for you and your heirs.
We believe a disciplined, consistent approach to your investments is the best way to pursue financial success. Thoroughly researching potential investments and following their progress is a time-consuming and difficult business. Let Horizon Investment Services handle the hard part for you.
To find out more, visit www.HorizonInvestment.com, or call 1-800-711-7969 to speak to a client consultant.
Wall Street Journal Readers
Should You Be Buying Energy Stocks?
Charles Carlson, CFA
Editor, DRIP Investor Newsletter
Energy stocks continue to get hammered on Wall Street, and the outlook seems to deteriorate by the day. Too much oil and not enough demand could drive the price down to $40 per barrel or below. . .