Our Approach To Forging Successful Relationships:
- Understand consultant and client goals
- Manage and deliver the right solution
- Commit to total transparency
Our portfolio management team has been intact for over 15 years and our average principal of the firm has been a part of the Connors Investor Services team for an average of 18 years.
Founded in 1969, Connors originally focused on publishing research for financial advisors around the country. The Connors Report, Connors In-Depth Growth Studies, and Connors Option Service were early research publications produced exclusively for investment advisory firms throughout the United States.
By 1974, that focus shifted solely to investment management with a particular emphasis on incorporating options with individual stock ownership. Connors was licensed in 2004 to use BXM(SM) by Standard & Poor’s just two years after the organization began issuing licenses. Today, we continue to do our own research and in-depth analysis focusing our efforts on building tailored-made portfolios that will help clients best meet their objectives, with lower than average risk.
Our depth of knowledge, the credentials of our associates, and the company’s unwavering commitment to delivering exceptional service are all at the root of helping our clients achieve their financial goals. It’s how we’ve always worked since 1969, and always will.
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We believe common stocks will continue to produce excellent returns over the long term… along with using options as a way to reduce risk and dampen volatility.
Connors Investor Services has been based in and around Reading, PA, constructing individually, tailored investment tracks for clients of all sizes for almost half a century.
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