How we work:
- Understand client goals
- Custom-Design investment strategies
- Manage effectively
- Communicate regularly
At Connors Investor Services, Inc., we’re proud to serve a diverse set of clients – including institutions, financial advisors, and individual investors.
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 some of the first research publications produced exclusively for investment advisory firms throughout the United States.
By 1974, that focus shifted solely to investment management. 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.
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.
If you’d like to work with us—a registered investment advisory firm with over 40 years of experience – we invite you to get to know us. And see if this is the right relationship for you.
Please Note: Connors Investor Services, Inc. does not serve as an attorney, accountant or insurance agent. Connors Investor Services, Inc. does not prepare estate planning documents or tax returns, nor does it sell insurance products.
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