Ally Financial has announced it will be launching a new program called Ally Financial Financial’s Investment Fund.
It will be offering to fund up to $100,000 per investor in mutual funds, index funds, and hedge funds, the company said.
This is a significant change from Ally’s prior approach of focusing on traditional mutual fund investing.
In the past, Ally has focused on investment funds, with investors buying in a basket of assets that were either Vanguard funds, or Fidelity funds.
Ally’s investment fund is designed to help you understand and value the opportunities of investing in the global economy.
Ally has been offering its own ETFs, but the new program will include both mutual funds and ETFs.
The new fund will be available for a one-time fee of $0.80.
The company has also announced a number of new products to help people manage their finances.
The firm said it will offer a range of new services including investing tools, financial education, and a mobile app for Android and iOS.
For now, there is no word on how much each fund will cost, but Ally said that it plans to add more funds as it grows its network of fund managers.
Ally also announced that it will begin offering a suite of tools for people who have struggled with finances, such as asset allocation, portfolio optimization, and tax planning.
All of these tools are free, but some users may have to pay for them.
Ally announced the new Ally Financial Investment Fund program on Wednesday.